Use the 3D navigation tools in ArcReader
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The Globe toolbar lets you navigate 3D globes published from ArcGlobe with ArcGIS Publisher extension.
There are seven tools on the Globe toolbar: Globe Navigation, Pivot, Orbital Fly, Pan to Target, Look Around, Fixed Line of Sight, and the North command. In addition, right-clicking the map display with the Globe Navigation, Pivot, or Orbital Fly tools allows you to zoom in and out without having to change tools. Right-clicking the display with the Target tool allows you to zoom in and center at a location.
Click the Full Extent button to reset the Globe to the original display.
Click the Globe Navigation tool and click and drag on the display area to move the globe up, down, and to each side.
You can turn on all of the unchecked layers in a map or globe by pressing the Ctrl key and checking a layer that is currently off.
To center a feature in the display, click the Pan to Target tool and click the feature (in this example, Shadow Lake). The display will recenter on the feature. If you right-click a feature with this tool, the display zooms to the feature.
To tilt or rotate the display, click the Pivot tool, then click and drag on the display to see a 360-degree view of the area. When the Pivot tool is clicked, the object at the center of the display will become the pivot point of the map.