The Elevation Profile shows a graph of the track's elevation.
The long thin profile at the bottom shows a profile of the entire track. You can zoom in on a portion of the track by clicking thein the lower left corner. The red lines on the lower profile show the portion of the track that is displayed in the main profile window.
Use the scroll bar above the lower profile to pan along the zoomed profile.
The yellow triangle near the top of the hill is the Track Marker. Click on the elevation profile to move the marker. As you move the marker, its location will be updated on any maps you currently have open, allowing you to accurately determine the locations of peaks and valleys on the map.
To create a new waypoint at the marker location, click the New Waypoint button.
To split the track into two parts at the marker location, click the Split button.
You can highlight a section of the elevation profile by dragging the mouse over the graph. This creates a Track Selection. As you draw the selection, it will appear on any maps you currently have open.
To delete the points in the Track Selection, clickon the .
Right-click on the large profile window to display the shortcut menu, which contains commands to modify the track.