Views - multiple zoom

Asked by beswart on 2010-12-17

I would like to display an object, zoom in on one area, then zoom out again. Then zoom in on another area, them zoom out again and so on. Is this possible?

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Language:
English Edit question
Status:
Solved
For:
JessyInk Edit question
Assignee:
Hannes Hochreiner Edit question
Solved by:
beswart
Solved:
2010-12-19
Last query:
2010-12-19
Last reply:
2010-12-19

Yes, you can create any number of "views" on a single slide. Just create rectangles (or any other shape) and assign them a "views" with increasing order numbers. The area zoomed in/out on will be the area covered by the rectangles. A single rectangle may cover the whole slide, parts of it, or it may even extend over the edges of the slide. Please note that the rectangles you assign the views to will be hidden when you run your presentation in the browser.

Should you have trouble getting it to work, please let me know.

Cheers,
Hannes

beswart (bruce-swart) said : #2

Thanks Hannes. I figured out what I was doing wrong. You can't use the same rectangle twice. So when zooming back out again you must create a new, different rectangle. It works perfectly now. Thanks for the great work.

Bruce