Once you have displayed an object, you can manipulate it in a variety of ways. Here is a detailed description of various ways to manipulate objects:
|1.||Left Mouse Button. Clicking on an object with the left mouse button allows you to rotate the object. For example, if you click on the object and move the mouse to the left, the object will rotate to the left.|
|2.||Right Mouse Button. Clicking on an object with the right mouse button allows you to move the object around the screen. For example, if you click on the object and move the mouse to the left, the object will move the left.|
|3.||Right and Left or Middle Mouse Button . The middle mouse button allows you to zoom in or out of the object. For example, if you hold down the middle mouse button and move the mouse forward, the program will zoom in on the object. (If you don’t have a middle mouse button, holding down both the right and left buttons will have the same effect.)|
|4.||Flying-Through. If you move the mouse side-to-side while you are zooming with the middle mouse button, the image will move from side. By zooming and moving side-to-side at the same time, you get the illusion that you are flying toward and through the object.|
Note. You can also manipulate an object using the tool bar buttons.