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    • Embedding Chem3D molecules in PowerPoint

    • Presenter: Jesse Gordon , Company: PerkinElmer Informatics
    • Duration: 3 min
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  • You can embed a ChemBio3D image in PowerPoint, and manipulate it during a slideshow.

    This video demonstrates how to:

    • Embed a Chem3D molecule in PowerPoint or Microsoft Word.
    • Use basic 3D manipulation tools (zoom, rotate, display mode) in PowerPoint.
    • Embed an animated GIF instead, for use on websites or within PowerPoint.

    The steps for embedding a Chem3D object are:

    • Arrange the 3D molecular representation in ChemBio3D.
    • Select the whole molecule, or the portion of the molecule to export.
    • Select menu item Edit > Copy As > Embedded Object.
    • In PowerPoint, select menu item Edit > Paste.
    • The embedded object appears with a note "<>".
    • To manipulate the embedded object, switch into presentation mode.

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