Zoom optionsSelect Zoom
The zoom factor can be any number from 5% to 1200% and refers to the magnification of the physical dimensions of the image. The plug-in computes the actual scaling factor assuming the display resolution is 100 dpi. To the extent that the display resolution is less or more than 100 dpi, the image will be larger or smaller. For example, if you display a page at 100%, then it will appear approximately the same size on the screen as it was on paper, provided that:
- You have supplied correct DPI information to the DjVu encoder.
- The physical display resolution is 100 DPI.
These options are available from both the toolbar and the right-click pop-up menu.
Table 2: Zoom options Option Description Select Zoom When selected, offers a variety of zoom level options. Zoom by % Choose a set percentage to magnify or shrink the document by, as follows: 25%, 50%, 75%, 100%, 150%, or 300%. Or, you can type in any percentage from 5 to 1200, and press Enter to zoom the view. Fit Width Scales the image to fit the width of the window. Fit Page Scales the image to fit the window. One to One Scales the image to display in pixel-to-pixel mode. In this mode, every pixel of the original image corresponds to one pixel on the screen. This is different from 100% zoom where the image is scaled so that its physical dimensions on the screen are about the same as the dimensions of the original. Stretch Stretches the image to fit the window precisely. The original proportions (aspect ratio) are ignored. Custom Choose a Custom zoom value by typing any percentage from 5 to 1200 into the Select Zoom box. On the toolbar, press Enter; on the pop-up menu Zoom>Custom Zoom box, click OK. Zoom In Select on the toolbar, then click the image to zoom in one level. Or, from the right-click menu, select Zoom>Zoom In.For more information, see Zooming in or out. Zoom Out Select on the toolbar, then click the image to zoom out one level. Or, from the right-click menu, select Zoom>Zoom Out.For more information, see Zooming in or out.