You can adjust the view of your design with the Orientation cube, keyboard shortcuts, or mouse/trackpad and keyboard.
- Rotate the view
If you’re using a mouse, hold down the Shift key, secondary click (or right-click), and drag your pointer.
If you’re using a trackpad, hold down the Shift key and pan with two fingers.
- Rotate the view 90 degrees in 2D mode
Select the right or left arrow above the Orientation Cube. The sketch or 2D view of your model will be rotated 90 degrees.
- Pan the view
If you’re using a mouse, secondary click (or right-click) and drag the pointer.
If you’re using a trackpad, use two fingers and slide simultaneously in the same direction.
- Zoom in and out
If you’re using a mouse, hold down the Control key, secondary click (right-click) and drag. Or, you can scroll with the mouse wheel.
If you’re using a trackpad, pinch in and out with two fingers.
In addition to using the tricks above, you can also control the view from View in the menu bar.
You can select different camera views:
Or click Default View to reset the view.
If you double-click the Orientation Cube, your grid is reset to its default state, and all your geometries are shown to fit the screen. You can also press the Command key and 1 to quickly reset.
If you hover over a face and press the Space bar, you can jump to 2D view of a 3D body. You can also double-click a face with two fingers on the trackpad.