Is there a way on the maps capsule to show a region of the US - the states of Illinois and Wisconsin?
It keeps asking for a location - a specific location. I wanted to zoom out and show both Illinois and Wisconsin.
It seems pretty simple to me. Maybe I don't understand the questions. Go to the map, for location type in Chicago or Lansing. Choose map type, sattlelite, map, or hybrid. Choose go to this location. Click on the map and drag it to center the portion of the map you want to view. Use the + or - navigation tools to zoom in or out. You will find that you can see a map of the region.
I just typed in "Queensland" as the state in my map capsule and it showed the state. Didn't seem to be a problem for me...
Try again maybe?
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