This section describes in detail what you see in the EscapeE window, and how to change it.
EscapeE normally displays a pop-up menu of options on right-clicking the page, indicated by a tick alongside the 'Autopopup' option. To turn this feature off for the duration of the session, click Autopopup.
Tip: to close a pop-up menu, press the Esc key.
|▪||The EscapeE shortcut icon and how to open and size EscapeE; exiting EscapeE: see Running EscapeE.|
|▪||EscapeE works with many different file-formats automatically so viewing a file is easy: see Opening and closing a file.|
|▪||How EscapeE detects and recognizes the format of files for viewing: see File format recognition.|
|▪||How to set up the input file format for non-standard files; setting up format-dependent /INPUT options: see Configuring the input format.|
|▪||How to rotate the page on view: see Rotating the page.|
|▪||Choosing how much of the page to show in the window: see Choosing the view of the page.|
|▪||Zooming in and out and setting a precise scale of view: see Changing the scale of view.|
|▪||Specifying the usable area of the page: see Setting the page extent.|
|▪||Choosing how EscapeE should show an unprintable area: see Viewing the unprintable area.|
|▪||How to enable/disable the display of tool hints: see Viewing 'Hints'.|
|▪||How to find and show data fields and tags in the document: see Viewing data fields and tags.|
|▪||How to display font tables and error messages, and view the properties of the fonts and text: see Viewing font information.|
|▪||How to view the page details; lines, graphics, images, shading, mouse coordinates and macros: see Viewing page information.|
|▪||How to customize the opening view and zoom options, shift the page contents, show or hide the unprintable area, change the units of measurement and suppress blank pages: see Configuring the view.|
|▪||About the use of shading patterns and gray-scale in EscapeE: see Setting Shading options|
|▪||How to treat unwanted page elements and reduce the output file size: see Optimizing the configuration|