Pan Command
The Pan command changes graphic area display.

The pan command can be executed:
  From the sidebar menu.
  From the Display pull down menu.
  By entering pan at the command prompt.
  By pressing F5 on the keyboard.

The user selects a point in the graphics area and then selects where that point will be displayed after completion of pan command.

The size of graphic items do not change but their position in the graphics area is changed.

First prompt: Pan Screen Viewpoint Base Point <Pick|Cancel>:
  Left click on the mouse will pick the base point in the graphics area.
  Right click on the mouse will cancel the command.

Second prompt: Offset Point <Pick|Cancel>:
  Left click on the mouse will pick the offset point in the graphics area.
  Right click on the mouse will cancel the command.

The distance and angle between the base point and the offset point is the distance and angle the graphics area of display is shifted.

Control-Z will undo the pan command.

F3 will restore the graphics area to the previous view.


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