Right Mouse Click Menu (right mouse click anywhere on the map)
use the corresponding button.
PAN - Move right, left, up and down on the map.
RELOAD - Reload the current map to refresh the features.
Page Setup - To set your page and printing parameters. The user can
choose to include a legend and type in a map title
Print - To print the current map.
Copy to clipboard- copy the current map to the clipboard. This can be
pasted into other applications such as word processors or spreadsheets.
As URL - This will copy the current map URL.
Zoom - Zoom In by selecting a window box or picking a point.
Goto - Zoom to a designated feature. First select a category- for
example, Parks. Then type in the location using all caps - for example,
ENCANTO. If the feature is a point feature, you can specify how much of the map
you want to see in the "zoom to width" box
Width - Zoom to a specified width. For example, 5 miles.
Scale - Zoom to a specified scale. For example, 1:50,000
Selected - Zoom to a feature that the user has selected.
Previous - Zoom to the previous view
Out - Zoom out
Unzoom - Zoom to the full extents of the map
Add a bookmark - Add a bookmark to the current map extents for easy
Delete a bookmark - Delete a currently established bookmark
Map Objects - Select object in the currently displayed view from a
list. First select the desired map layer, then select the desired object.
Radius - Selects all objects that are completely within a user drawn
Polygon - Selects all objects that are completely within a user drawn
Within - Select all objects that are within selected polygon objects.
For example, select all parcels that are within a specified subdivision
boundary. Select the subdivision first, then using the select within, choose
the parcels layer from the list.
Clear - Clears all selected features
Report - View reports for the selected objects. (None currently
Buffer - To construct a buffer with a specified distance around a
selected feature. The user can set the line type and shading options. To clear
the buffer, turn the buffer layer off in the legend.
- To measure distances on the map in feet and miles.
If the map is taking too long to load because the process hangs, you can stop
the process. This button is also used if you do not want to wait for all of the
features to load before you zoom again.
Preferences - Brings up the established map preferences
Contents - Brings up the Autodesk MapGuide Viewer Help Documentation
Help- Brings up the MapGuide Quick Viewing Tips.
About Map Guide - Brings up information on the current version of
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