There are several ways to change your view of a chart so that it is easy to present. If
the whole chart does not fit in the application window, you can move around your chart with a
keyboard or a mouse. Alternatively, you can zoom in or out to see more or fewer items.
Splitting your chart window into panes You can split the display of the chart into two or four panes. Splitting into panes means that you can work with smaller, more manageable areas of the chart. Moving between selected items on the chart You can use the Pan through Selection pane to view a sequence of items without manually scrolling from one to the next. You can present a sequence of events to focus on each event in turn, or to compare each item to the next. Using snapshots A snapshot is a view of your chart at a particular stage in its development. It captures the position and number of all visible chart items. The display settings, such as level of zoom and position of chart in the window are also captured. Snapshots freeze the appearance of your chart at a particular moment, for subsequent viewing.