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Topic Title: Creating and editing style sheets in eNotebook
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Created On: 12/9/2011 2:26 PM
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Answer This question was answered by CS Gleb, on Monday, December 12, 2011 10:50 AM

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You can save your ChemDraw settings in external ChemDraw application:

http://www.cambridgesoft.com/services/DesktopSupport/KnowledgeBase/TechNotes/details/Default.aspx?TechNote=653,

or in ChemDraw ActiveX plug-in window inside E-Notebook.

Then you can use this style sheet in E-Notebook by right-clicking on a reaction drawing for File -> Apply Document Settings from... This change can also be done by an E-Notebook administrator on the global application configuration level (Everyone -> Configuration -> Collection Type -> Chemistry Experiment) to make sure that it applies to all users and new experiments by default.

The following video demonstrates creating a style sheet:

http://chembionews.cambridgesoft.com/FeatureClips/Default.aspx?featureclipID=174

 12/9/2011 2:26 PM
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I would like to create a style sheet to standardize our corporate structures. How do I do that in eNotebook?
 12/12/2011 10:50 AM
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CS Gleb

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You can save your ChemDraw settings in external ChemDraw application:

http://www.cambridgesoft.com/services/DesktopSupport/KnowledgeBase/TechNotes/details/Default.aspx?TechNote=653,

or in ChemDraw ActiveX plug-in window inside E-Notebook.

Then you can use this style sheet in E-Notebook by right-clicking on a reaction drawing for File -> Apply Document Settings from... This change can also be done by an E-Notebook administrator on the global application configuration level (Everyone -> Configuration -> Collection Type -> Chemistry Experiment) to make sure that it applies to all users and new experiments by default.

The following video demonstrates creating a style sheet:

http://chembionews.cambridgesoft.com/FeatureClips/Default.aspx?featureclipID=174



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Edited: 12/12/2011 at 11:12 AM by CS Gleb

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