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Navigating Google Earth

Zooming In and Out Using the Mouse

  • Scroll the mouse wheel down (toward you) or up (away from you) a number of times.
  • Hold down the alternate mouse button, drag the mouse up or down. Do this a number of times.

Note: If you zoom in far enough, you view point tilts to a ground-level view. You can always reset the view to a top-down orientation by pressing the "u" key on your keyboard. You can also reset North to up by pressing the "n" key. Or, to reset to a top-down orientation AND set North to up, press the "r" key.

Zooming In and Out Using the Navigation Controls

  • The navigation controls appear in the top right corner of the 3D viewer. They offer the same type of navigation action that you can achieve with mouse navigation.
  • Zoom out by clicking the zoom out or in buttons. Click and hold the buttons to zoom out or in continuously.

Tilting Using the Mouse

  • If your mouse has either a middle button or a depressible scroll wheel, tilt the view by depressing the button and moving the mouse up or down.
  • If your mouse has a scroll wheel, you can tilt the view by pressing the SHIFT key and scrolling DOWN to tilt the Earth to top down view, or scrolling UP to tilt the Earth for horizon view.

Tilting Using the Navigation Controls

  • You can tilt simply by zooming in. Once you zoom in far enough, Google Earth tilts your view.

Looking with the Navigation Controls

Looking around involves gazing from a single vantage point, as if you were turning your head. To look around:

  • Move the cursor over right corner of the 3D viewer. The navigation controls appear. The Look joystick is at the top of the controls; it has an eye icon at its center.
  • Click an arrow to look in that direction.
  • Click an arrow and continue to press down on the mouse button and drag outside the Look joystick to quickly turn your viewing angle.
  • Click and drag the outer ring of the Look joystick. This rotates the view.

Note: You can always reset the view to a top-down orientation by pressing the "u" key on your keyboard. You can also reset North to up by pressing the "n" key. Or, to reset to a top-down orientation AND set North to up, press the "r" key.

Moving with the Navigation Controls

Moving around involves shifting your location from one place to another. Both actions change your perspective. To move around:

  • Move the cursor over right corner of the 3D viewer. The navigation controls appear. The Move joystick is in the middle of the controls; it has a hand icon at its center.
  • Click an arrow to move in that direction.
  • Click an arrow and continue to press down on the mouse button and drag to move quicker.

Note: You can also move using the arrows on your keyboard.