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While viewing any of the interactive satellite photos and maps you may do any of the following:

Pan the map

Pan moves your view laterally left or right across the map.

  • Click one of the four directional arrows in the compass.
  • Click a point on the map, and then drag the map in any direction.
  • Use the arrow keys.
  • Rotate your view in bird's eye view

In 2D mode, the rotate feature is only available in bird's eye view. Do one of the following:

  • On the view control, click the rotate clockwise button or the rotate counter-clockwise button .
  • Click any of the directional letters on the compass (N, S, E, or W) to rotate the map clockwise or counterclockwise.
  • Zoom out

Do one of the following:

  • On the view control, click the zoom out button . To zoom out one level, click once. To zoom out multiple levels, click and hold.
  • Press the MINUS SIGN (-).
  • Rotate the mouse wheel button toward you.
  • Hold down ALT, and then double-click anywhere on the map. This also centers the map on the area where you clicked.
  • Zoom in

Do one of the following:

  • On the view control, click the zoom in button . To zoom in one level, click once. To zoom in multiple levels, click and hold.
  • Press the PLUS SIGN (+).
  • Rotate the mouse wheel button away from you.
  • Double-click anywhere on the map. This also centers the map on the area where you clicked.
  • Right-click the map surface, and then select Zoom to region level, Zoom to city level, or Zoom to street level.
  • Whichever level you're zoomed to is not available as an option. For example, if you are zoomed to region level, the Zoom to region level option is not available.
  • Zoom in on a particular area on the map

Do one of the following:

  • Hold down the mouse wheel button, and then drag a box on the 2D map.
  • Hold down ALT, and then drag a box on the 2D map with the left mouse button.
  • Notes

If you're viewing a map in bird's eye view and you navigate to a location where bird's eye view isn't available, the map changes to the previously used map view. We're constantly working to update our maps. Check back often to see if the location that you're looking for offers bird's eye view.

If you receive a red X instead of a bird's eye view map, we might not have an image for the map at your current altitude. Try zooming in or out on the map.

 

 

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