PTMapper has a tool called Transform, which lets you increase or decrease the overall size of your map. This can be useful if you have imported a DXF only to find that the scale is incorrect. e.g. it is half the size that it should be.
It can also be used to increase the size of a small map, to insert it into a larger map as an inset area.
To resize a map manually:
1) Unlock all layers
2) Select all the map data by dragging a box around all of the map (zoom out slightly to be sure that you are seeing all of the map).
3) Click on TOOLS>TRANSFORM
4) Click on the ADVANCED button
5) To increase or decrease the size of the map type in the Scale X and Scale Y boxes and then click OK
e.g. to increase a map to double the size – type 2 in both Scale X and Scale Y boxes.
To decrease a map to half size – type in 0.5 in both boxes.
NOTE: Transform can also be used on any selected map objects. So if you just need to increase the size of a building on your map, select only the building and then follow the steps above.
In the screenshot below the selected map will be increased to twice the original size.