You can now upgrade to the latest version of Chem4Word! Download it from here and see the new features.
The Chemistry Add-In for Microsoft Word now comes with a pre-loaded structure library from CEVOpen – This data represents about 2100 unique chemical names of volatile plant chemicals (essential oils) from the EssoilDB 1.0 database (compiled from the scientific literature over about 10 years in Dr Yadav’s laboratory). They are made available for re-use by anyone for any purpose (CC0). We would appreciate acknowledgement of EssoilDB and the following people who extracted and cleaned the data during 2019. (Gitanjali Yadav, Ambarish Kumar, Peter Murray-Rust).
The new library is default for brand new installations, but if you already have a library of your own, installing the latest release will leave your library in place.
You’ve already read that we have a new editor. The editor allows us to create new features in future versions. We’re looking at a number of opportunities to improve Chem4Word. As an example, we’re looking to include the drawing of chemical reactions.
We’re in the process of making some video tutorials of the new features, and we’ll post these as soon as we can.
Meanwhile, keep in touch via our Facebook group where you will hear first about the new features and video tutorials.
And as always, Chem4Word is free and will remain so. What are you waiting for? Download it now!