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You can explicitly set the height and width of a crop region in paper space. This means the size of the region in the view is the same size as the region on a sheet. You can also specify the offset of the annotation crop region from the model crop region.
- In the drawing area, select the crop region.
- Click Modify <view type> tabCrop panel (Size Crop).
The Crop Region Size dialog opens.
- If you are modifying a crop region in a perspective 3D view, select either Field of view or Scale (locked proportions). Examples of these modes are provided at the end of this procedure.
- Modify the values for width and height.
NoteIf you selected Scale for a perspective 3D view, you can modify only height or width, because the values are locked.
- Modify the offset values for the annotation crop.
Annotation crop options are not available for perspective 3D views.
- Click Apply to make the changes, or click OK to make the changes and close the dialog.
There are 2 modes for resizing the crop region: Field of View mode and Scale mode.
- In Field of View mode, you are stretching the crop region to the specified size. For example, if you change a crop region from 100 mm wide by 75 mm high to 50 mm wide by 25 mm high, the crop region updates accordingly. Field of View mode is for perspective and non-perspective views.
- In Scale mode, you change either the height or the width, and Vasari maintains the aspect ratio. When you change the value, the view scales, but the field of view remains the same. Scale mode is for perspective views only.