.This list displays commands that may be available on the toolbar, in right-click menus, or in the task pane of MapGuide Viewer. For an overview, see
.Use this command to create a buffer zone around a selected set of features. For more information, see
Clears all features currently selected.
Copies the current view of the map to the clipboard as a Windows Metafile.
Lets you switch between available baselayers in the map.
In the AJAX Viewer, this command opens a dialog box for choosing layout options, which leads to the creation of a new browser page that you can print with the browser Print command.
Zooms to the initial extents set for the web application.
Zooms to the initial extents set for the map.
.Measure distances by drawing line segments on the map. For more information, see
Advances to the next view in the view history.
.Activates interactive panning. Click and hold the map to move it in any direction. For more information, see
Pans south on the map.
Pans west on the map.
Pans east on the map.
Pans north on the map.
Returns to the previous view in the view history.
This command opens the DWF Viewer Print dialog box. Set printing options, preview, and print the current view of the map.
Use this command to find features.
Lets you annotate a map with a selection of symbols and text, and the export it as either DWF or KML file types.
Refreshes the map and reloads all layers, keeping the current center and scale.
Search for map features using a specific keyword.
Click a single feature to select it. Click and drag the cursor to draw a rectangle around multiple features.
.Specify a set of points to form a polygon containing the features you want to select. For more information, see
Click a center point. Then drag the cursor to specify the radius of the circle containing the features you want to select.
.Selects map features that fall within previously selected polygon map features. For more information, see
Use this command to create themed maps.
.Select display options for the status bar and tool tips. For more information, see
.Activates dynamic zooming. Click and hold the map, and then drag the cursor up or down to zoom. For more information, see
Activates zoom mode. Click the map to zoom in. The point you click will be the center point of the new view.
Activates zoom mode. Click the map to zoom out. The point you click will be the center point of the new view.
.Draw a rectangle to select the new view extent. For more information, see
Zooms to the extents of all selected features.