[anchor]Zooming [/anchor]and stretching can help to reduce data clashing, clarify logic relationships, or just better fit the user’s monitor size. The zoom function magnifies or shrinks the canvas proportionally. The stretch function increases or decreases the horizontal width of the canvas. Zooming and stretching will only temporarily enhance readability on a digital display. They will have no effect on the printed page and they will reset when the file is printed or saved and closed. To permanently affect the canvas, you must adjust the page size or grid spacing, or use page tiling.
NOTE: The Zoom Factor can be set from 25 to 300 percent of the default page layout. The Stretch Factor can be set from 25 to 1000 percent of the default page layout.
NOTE: If the stretch factor is reduced to a point where the width of a time unit is less than the width of a pixel on screen, the stretch factor text will turn red. Modifying the network under these conditions is not recommended, as input from the mouse could no longer translate accurately on the canvas. It is recommended to increase the stretch factor before proceeding to work on the network.