ChemDraw Prime

ChemDraw Prime

Draw organic chemistry without having to master drawing. Topics include how to calculate properties, create chemical and lab equipment templates, and utilize handy TLC Plate drawing tools. Learn more about hotkeys and shortcuts that enable you to draw faster than ever before.

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ChemDraw and CPU use

I'm a member of various online Chemistry forums, and from time to time there are posts about users having lagging issues when using ChemDraw. For example, here is a comment from the following reddit discussion (https://www.reddit.com/r/Chempros/comments/u81h5p/how_much_lag_do_you_have_experience_usi

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Welcome to ChemDraw Community

We are so glad you are here! We are excited to be sharing our passion (and tapping into your) for the best in class Chemistry Drawing Software with the community.

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Changing the Drawing Settings:

Either at the document level (File > Document Settings) or at the Object Level (select Object then Object > Object Settings) you can change the look and feel of your molecules and your drawings. Here’s a summary of what each setting does and examples of the way they influence the drawing

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Set ACS 1996 Document settings as default.

Chances are the first thing that you're going to do when you start control is to change the document setting so that the molecules look the way you want. Traditionally, most chemists rely on the ACS 1996 document Style, and many of them change the document settings every time they launch ChemDraw. T

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