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Now, what we can do is press Command zero once more to go back to fit-in window and then we will access one final thing, which is a palette that I do not intend to use much and never have done inside of InDesign, but it is here if you need access to it.
Now, if we go up here to the Window menu, we are going to go down and find the palette called the Navigator. Now, if you are a previous user of InDesign, you may notice that it is not here inside the main list. It is actually now stored in the Object and Layout submenu there, so just go across and choose the Navigator palette, I will bring it up over here.
This is basically, the same as the one in Photoshop. What it does is it allows us to quickly navigate the size of the document by dragging the slider left and right to choose the over all preview size. As soon as we let go, the document will change and then we can grab the red shape in the center and move that around to choose the portion of the image that we want to see. So, it is very, very cool for quick and easy navigation if you are always working at an enlarged preview size. This helps you avoid having to scroll all the time. What you can also do instead of just dragging that red shape around is simply click on the area of the image that you want to jump to. So, this is actually a very, very handy tool, not one like I say I used a lot, but it is handy as when you need it.
One final thing in here is the ability to use the preset preview sizes again, just simply by clicking the “Zoom Out” or the “Zoom In” options over here on the left and right hand side, but definitely, a fun little option. If you want to, you could always store that in any of these palettes and save that as another part of your work space.