Microsofts Chemistry Add-in für Word 2007 und 2010 erhält Update auf Version 1.0.1

Microsofts Chemistry Add-in für Word 2007 und 2010 erhält Update auf Version 1.0.1

Microsoft Research stellt im CodePlex, Microsofts Plattform für Open Source-Projekte, ab sofort den Chemistry Add-in für Word 2007 und 2010 in einer aktualisierten Version 1.0.1 zum kostenlosen Download zur Verfügung.

The Chemistry Add-in for Word makes it easier to insert and modify chemical information, such as labels, formulas, and 2-D depictions, within Microsoft Office Word. Additionally, it enables the creation of inline chemical zones, the rendering of print-ready visual depictions of chemical structures, and the ability to store and expose chemical information in a semantically rich manner.

Das Chemie Add-In soll den Studierenden, Chemikern und Forschern das Einfügen und Ändern von chemischen Symbolen, Kennzeichnungen, Formeln und 2D-Beschreibungen in Microsoft Word Dokumenten einfacher machen.

Chemistry Add-in für Word 2007 und 2010 herunterladen

Microsofts Chemistry Add-in für Word 2007 und 2010 kann ab sofort von der untergenannten Website im CodePlex kostenlos heruntergeladen werden:

Um dieses Add-In ausführen zu können, benötigt ihr Word 2007 oder Word 2010 oder höher. Außerdem setz das Add-In ein bereits installiertes Visual Studio-Tools für Microsoft Office System 3.0 Runtime SP1 voraus.

Chemistry Add-in for Word - Beschreibung

The Chemistry Add-in for Word makes it easier to insert and modify chemical information, such as labels, formulas, and 2-D depictions, within Microsoft Office Word. Additionally, it enables the creation of inline chemical zones, the rendering of print-ready visual depictions of chemical structures, and the ability to store and expose chemical information in a semantically rich manner.

With the Chemistry Add-in, you can:

  • Create inline chemistry zones, which are controls that contain information about a molecule, to represent chemical data.
  • Create a chemistry zone by typing a simple common name such as “water”, and then use the Chemistry Add-in to convert it to your preferred representation.
  • Switch from a molecule’s trivial name to its concise formula to its 2-D representation.
  • Represent molecules by displaying a printquality 2-D structure diagram, and use the built-in editor to modify the structure.
  • Import molecules from other chemical editing tools, and save edited molecules in the Gallery for use across documents.
  • Store and expose chemical information in a semantically rich manner.

The Chemistry Add-in supports publishing and data-mining scenarios for authors, readers, publishers, and other vendors across the chemical information community.

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