The Canvas toolbar is located above the upper, right corner of the canvas, providing easy access to some common selection, view, and navigation tools for working in an open file. When you place the mouse pointer over a button, a tooltip displays. If a button has a small black arrow to the right, clicking the arrow shows buttons for related commands.
By default, Design Review enables the tool for 2D DWF files and the tool for 3D DWF files. When a DWF file has multiple sheets, the arrow buttons on the Canvas toolbar enable you to navigate quickly through them.
Depending on the open DWF file and the sheet displayed on the canvas, the Canvas toolbar may show additional icons: one icon to indicate whether or not the DWF file has been digitally signed and another icon to indicate if the sheet contains.
When more tools are available on a toolbar than are shown, the More button is displayed at the end of a toolbar.
The Map toolbar cannot be hidden while a map is on the canvas, nor can it be displayed when no map is displayed. The Canvas toolbar cannot be hidden.
Much like the sheet navigation tools on the Canvas toolbar, the Grid Data toolbar includes tools for navigating between sheets of tabular data, such as a parts list.
Grid Data palette toolbar
The Map toolbar contains tools for viewing. The tools on the Map toolbar are accessible only when a georeferenced map is shown on the canvas.