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    move around the picture - meaning

    Hello once more.

    When enlarged, you can also move around the picture by dragging. Click on any portion of the picture, and with the mouse down, move it. This will move the picture, and allow you to go through any part of the book in detail.

    In my opinion, move around the picture means shift or transfer the picture in this case. It does not mean "travel around the picture".

    What is your opinion. Thank you.

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    Re: move around the picture - meaning

    I think you're right, though I would say move the picture around.

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