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Topic Title: Best strategy for dealing with enetrprise 2007 upgrade
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Created On: 6/22/2009 3:05 PM
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Answer This question was answered by John, on Thursday, August 6, 2009 11:32 PM

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The new version of ChemDraw (ChemDraw 12) and ChemBioOffice (2010) has been released. You can read aobut the new version at:
http://www.cambridgesoft.com/news/details/?News=144
 6/22/2009 3:05 PM
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Robert Cain

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Our organization will soon upgrade to office 2007. While I can arrange for a few computers to remain that use an older version of office, I cannot stop the upgrade. As mentioned in other discussion threads, ChemDraw for Excel does not work with office 2007. Unfortunately, a significant number of our users have grown dependent on ChemDraw for excel to exchange chemical information. This is especially true with users outside the chemistry department who may not have access to other chemistry tools.

What is the best strategy of minimizing disruption among those users who current use chemdraw for excel to exchange information? On option would be a CITRIX installation of office 2003, however this would require alot of special instruction to read a spreadsheet. I am wondering if anyone has come up with simpler work-arounds.
 6/24/2009 4:01 AM
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The upcoming release (version 12.0) will support Office 2007. If you would like to be notified when a new release of our software is available, you can sign up for the weekly ChemBioNews email here: http://www.cambridgesoft.com/register/

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 8/4/2009 1:54 PM
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Update:

The new version of ChemDraw (ChemDraw 12) and ChemBioOffice (2010) has been released. You can read aobut the new version at:
http://www.cambridgesoft.com/news/details/?News=144

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