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JChem for Office properties require a structure as an input. The properties can be reached by selecting a structure and opening the Chemical Properties form.
The Chemical Properties form can be opened by pressing the Properties button in the JChem ribbon only if there is a selected structure in the current document/presentation/e-mail message. The same Chemical Properties form is available in Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Outlook applications.
Chemical properties form with a selected compound, its properties and fragments
The selected structure is displayed on the Chemical Properties form. Structures are read-only on the Chemical Properties form, you cannot edit them on the form.
You can open directly the Options form of the JChem for Office by pressing this button and select/deselect property categories to be displayed here on the Properties form.
A property list (specified in the Options) are available in the grid. Only some default properties (IUPACName, logP, Mass, DonorAtomCount, PSA, LipinskiRuleof54of4) are available by default on the Properties form. Property name and value calculated for the current structure are displayed in the first two columns. You can select in the third column if you want to add the current property to the document/presentation/e-mail message or not. Selected properties can be seen at the top of the list and JChem for Office remembers your last selection.
Fragments of the current compound with their formula and molweight values are displayed at the lower part of the Chemical Properties form.
The largest of the current compound is shown on the form.
You can decide if you want to add fragment structures with formula and molweight information to the document/presentation/e-mail message.
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You can add the selected properties - property names and values - and fragment information to the current document/presentation/e-mail message.
You can close the Chemical Properties form without any changes in the current document/presentation/e-mail message.
Chemical structure with chemical properties and fragments in a Microsoft Word document
Chemical structure with chemical properties and fragments in a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation
Chemical structure with chemical properties and fragments in a Microsoft Outlook e-mail message
The fragment structures will be added to the Microsoft Office application in the preselected format (Image or OLE) specified in the Options.