"ChemBioDraw 13: Step By Step" will help users take advantage of the tools and functions
available on ChemBioDraw software through how-to video demonstrations
shared through PerkinElmer Informatics social media channels.
Last week, PerkinElmer Informatics launched a social media series entitled “ChemBioDraw 13: Step By Step”, a how-to video series following the release of the latest software version of ChemBioDraw.
In the spirit of our own tutorial campaign, designed to provide users with opportunities to learn new software skills on ChemBioDraw, we’ve decided to compile a collection of the additional ChemBioDraw how-to videos currently circulating on the internet.
These videos are created by users of ChemBioDraw and can be used as helpful learning tools for students and researchers who seek to create presentation-ready, scientifically-intelligent graphics.
First, check out Part 1 of “ChemBioDraw 13: Step By Step”, released last week: Arrow Pushing Using Electron Pushing Tool
And Part 2 of “ChemBioDraw 13: Step By Step”, released yesterday through the PerkinElmer Informatics Twitter and Facebook pages: Pasting Peptides and Nucleic Acid Sequences into ChemBioDraw
Then, watch the user-created videos that we’ve selected below:
ChemDraw: Drawing Electron Lone Pairs on Lewis Structures
ChemDraw Magic – Draw Viagra in 20 Seconds: Shortcuts to Draw Molecules Faster
Drawing ‘Beautiful’ Catalytic Cycles in ChemDraw
ChemDraw: Make Cool Curved Arrows Using Arrow Tools and Edit Curve Function
Finally, make sure to follow PerkinElmer Informatics on Twitter and Facebook to receive weekly links to the latest “ChemBioDraw 13: Step By Step” videos.
If you're a ChemBioDraw user looking to upgrade to the latest version 13, mark your calendar for Cyber Monday on November 26, when www.scistore.com products will be offered at 25% discounts.