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Using the Mouse

​You can use a mouse or pointing device to move around and explore the map.

​Map Action ​Tool ​Description
Zoom to City of Lethbridge Full Extent​
Located on the navigation tool.  Click on the globe icon in the center of the navigation tool and the map will zoom to the City of Lethbridge.​
​Pan​ ​North
​Located on the navigation tool.  Click on this icon and the map will pan to the north.
​East
​Located on the navigation tool.  Click on this icon and the map will pan to the east.
​South
​Located on the navigation tool.  Click on this icon and the map will pan to the south.
​West
​Located on the navigation tool.  Click on this icon and the map will pan to the west.
​Pan tool
​Click on the Pan tool in the Toolbar, then click and drag the map to move it.
​Zoom in​

​Mouse wheel

​Scroll the mouse wheel forward or up to zoom in.  Each wheel click will zoom the map by about 50% in width and height.
​Shift + Left mouse button
​Hold the Shift key down, then hold the left mouse button and drag to draw a rectangle.  The map will zoom in to the area of the rectangle.
​Zoom In Tool

​Click on the zoom in tool in the Toolbar, then

  • Click once on the map: the map will zoom in and re-center the map where you click; or
  • Click and drag to draw a rectangle on the map: the map will zoom in to the area of the rectangle.
​Zoom out​ ​Mouse wheel
​Scroll the mouse wheel backward or down to zoom out.  Each wheel click will zoom the map by about 50% in width and height.
​Ctrl + Left mouse button
​Hold the Ctrl key down, then click the left mouse button to zoom out.  You can also hold the left mouse button down and drag to draw a rectangle.  The map will zoom out so that the current map extent fits into the rectangle drawn.  The smaller the rectangle, the more the map zooms out.
​Zoom Out tool

​Click on the zoom out tool in the Toolbar, then

  • Click once on the map: the map will zoom out and re-center the map where you click; or
  • Click and drag to draw a rectangle on the map: the map will zoom out so that the current map area will fit into the rectangle drawn.  The smaller the rectangle you draw, the more the map will zoom out.