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SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Blueprints by Mickey Stuewe, Marlon Ribunal

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Options for spatial and data views

In the spatial and data views options, we have the option to crop our map to a particular zoom level that we prefer. We can also set the resolution of our map (visual quality). As far as the map resolution is concerned, note that we're choosing between quality and performance. The higher the resolution, the more it impacts the performance of rendering our report.

  1. The arrow keys allow us to pan the map from left or right, and up or down. You can also "grab" the map to pan in any direction. You can do this by moving the mouse cursor to the map, and either right-click or left-click on it.
  2. Use the arrow slider to zoom in or zoom out the map.
  3. Use these keys to center the map, and zoom in to fit in the size of the map ...

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