You can resize objects graphically with the mouse or keyboard. Selected objects appear with selection handles at the corners and sides of the object 's bounding box. Selected log items appear with selection handles at the sides of the bounding box for the log. The pointer changes to a two-headed arrow when it is moved over one of the selection handles. You can resize a single selected object or several selected objects using the selection handles. Edge selection handles will move with the zoom level. The selection handles will always be visible along the side of the bounding box regardless of the zoom location or view.
To resize an object with the mouse:
Move the pointer over a selection handle.
Press and hold the left mouse button.
Move the pointer to a new position.
Release the left mouse button and the object is resized.
To resize an object with the keyboard:
Move the pointer over a selection handle using the ARROW keys.
Press and hold the SPACEBAR.
Use the ARROW keys to move the pointer to a new position.
Release the SPACEBAR and the object is resized.
With objects other than logs, drag one of the four corner handles to size the object proportionally.
Drag one of the side handles to stretch or compress the object in one dimension only.
NOTE: Log items can only be resized in the left-right direction (width). To change the height of log items, change the scale with Scaling Depth Per Inch in the borehole view properties or cross section view properties.
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