To insert a Zoom Area, click Objects on the Main Toolbar and choose Zoom Area.
Zoom Areas consist of two parts: the area of a background that you want to highlight (Zoom Source) and where the zoomed area of the background will appear (Zoom Destination).
In the image below, I have positioned and resized the Zoom Source over the area of the slide background that I want to get larger.
Then I positioned and resized the Zoom Destination on the slide. Remember, the Zoom Source won't move or resize when the lesson is viewed by the learner... that's the job of the Zoom Destination.
Right away you can see that there is a problem with the image in the Zoom Destination. Because a Zoom Area simply enlarges the Zoom Source, and I've resized the Zoom Destination quite a bit, the image in the Zoom Destination is blurry.
To fix the problem, you'll need a larger version of the image shown within the Zoom Source. In this case, I have the original photo of the handsome male model shown on the screen (in addition to being much larger, it has also been cropped similar to the image in the Zoom Source).
To swap out the blurry image in the Zoom Destination with the better image, double-click the Zoom Destination to open the Properties Inspector. On the Properties Inspector, click Add new image.
Click the Import button and open the larger version of the photo.
Compare the Zoom Destination below with the version above. The quality of the Zoom Destination image is much better.
If you would like to see a free demonstration of this concept, check out the IconLogic YouTube channel.