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Creo Parametric R 2.0 - Changing scroll wheel zoom direction

Creo Parametric R 2.0 - Changing scroll wheel zoom direction

Creo Parametric R 2.0 - Changing scroll wheel zoom direction

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I recently started a new position at a company using Creo Parametric R 2.0. This is my first exposure to Creo Parametric or anything from PTC other than MathCAD; I have formerly used Solidworks and CATIA V5. Is there a way in Creo to change the direction the scroll wheel zooms in and out? I've asked around and no one around the office seems to know. I figured the Creo Simulate forum would be a good place to start. I'm posting this in the Pro/Eingineer forum as well since there isn't a forum for Creo Parametric yet. Thanks in advance!

Jeff Parham
Colorado School of Mines '09
Mecahnical Design Engineer

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