How to use Zoom previous command

Here is how to use Zoom previous command in AutoCAD

AutoCAD keeps track of displayed views in the current drawing session up to a maximum of 10 previous views.

  • use the Previous option of Zoom to restore the previous view.

Practice with ZOOM Previous

1) Continue with the same drawing from the previous exercise.

2- Pick the Zoom Previous button from the Standard toolbar.

AutoCAD remembers the view that was displayed last and the Zoom Previous option takes you back to this view.

3- Right-click in the drawing area to invoke a shortcut menu and select Repeat Zoom Previous.

4- Pick View + Zoom + Previous to invoke the Zoom Previous option again.

Command: ‘_zoom
Specify corner of window, enter a scale factor (nX or nXP), or [All/Center/Dynamic/Extents/Previous/Scale/Window] <real time>: _p
No previous view saved.

Note :
You have restored all of the previous views for this drawing (in this drawing session) so AutoCAD tells you: No previous view saved.

5) Remain in this drawing for the next exercise.

See also  How to use ZOOM Scale command
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