First and foremost, we of course have to list “ChemDraw Magic 2”. This second video was published after the original “ChemDraw Magic” video was posted in November to widely-received rave reviews by ChemBioDraw users. The video was so well circulated that Morieux is now employed by PerkinElmer Informatics as an applications specialist.
In his second video, “ChemDraw Wizard” Morieux spends time showing off tips and tricks for several new features introduced in the latest version of ChemDraw, ChemBioDraw 13.0. Video viewers learn how to draw peptides and nucleic acids using the new biopolymer tool, as well as learning time-saving shorts cuts such as saving “style sheets” to pre-set document settings and engaging the hotkey for the Marquee tool.
ChemBioDraw users can also reference the latest how-to videos posted in our own tutorial series, “ChemBioDraw 13.0: Step by step”:
Thin Layer Chromatography tool in ChemBioDraw
Struct=Name in ChemBioDraw
Improve workflow and file management with ChemBioDraw and ChemBio3D
Predicting proton and carbon NMR shifts with ChemBioDraw13
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