**To use fractal coordinates from other sources**

1) Open a fractal window. Either create a new fractal or open an existing fractal.

2) On the **Location** menu, click **Set Location.**

3) Type the real-number part of the coordinate in the **Real** text box, then press TAB.

4) Type the imaginary-number part of the coordinate in the **Imaginary** text box, then press TAB.

5) Adjust the **Zooms** level in this window or use the standard zoom controls until the magnification or picture looks right.

You have to use the zoom controls in this window, rather than zooming in by double-clicking in the fractal window, because double-click zooming loses the current center (unless you have zooming operations always using the center of a fractal window).

**Note**

- If you have the coordinates for the edges, rather than the center, of a fractal, the Set Location window will help you out here as well. Simply type the left- and right-edge coordinates into the
**Real**text box, separated by a ":" (colon), "|" (vertical bar), or a "/" (forward slash) character. Fractal eXtreme will use the average of the two numbers for the center, and will calculate an appropriate zoom level based on their difference. Do the same for the imaginary coordinates into the**Imaginary**text box.