The Zoom submenu offers commands that let you specify the size at which you want the score displayed on your screen, expressed as a percentage of its actual size. You can't change the actual (printed) size of the music on the page in this way; this technique simply lets you magnify or reduce the screen display of the music.
With these commands, you can zoom in, zoom out, or specify the size at which you want the document displayed on your screen. To change your view of the document, just choose the appropriate command from the submenu. (You can also use one of the CTRL+key equivalents: press CTRL+1 for Custom View 1, CTRL+2 for Custom View 2, and CTRL+3 for Custom View 3. Define the custom view percentages in Program Options-View.) If you choose Other, the Zoom dialog box appears, in which you can specify any reduction or enlargement you want—from 5% to 1000%. (See Zoom dialog box.)
If you’ve been viewing your document at several different degrees of magnification, Last Size takes you back to your last magnification setting.
Fit Width and Fit in Window and are only available only in Page View. Fit Width automatically updates the view to fit the width of the page. You can use the CTRL+] shortcut to access Fit Width. Fit to Window automatically reduces the viewing percentage just enough to fit the current page completely on your screen, no matter what size screen you have. You can use the CTRL+[ shortcut to access Fit In Window. See Keyboard Shortcuts - View.
Fit in Window
Custom Zoom 1
Custom Zoom 2
Custom Zoom 3
Define Custom Zooms
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