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Unformatted text preview: : 4. You can also add several objects to table at once. Click the Benzene text, then hold down SHIFT and click the properties related to benzene to select both objects. 5. Drag them to place so that they are located over the two cells to the right of the benzene structure and release the mouse button. The two objects are placed into separate cells: 6. Add other objects to the cells either by dragging or selecting and grouping. You should obtain something like the following: ACD/ChemSketch Tutorial 97 Creating Graphical Objects Tip If the text or any of the objects are not fully visible, enlarge the table box (the dashed line around the table cells). Select the table box and drag the corner selection handle to resize the table. 9.7.4 Modifying Table Contents Now we are going to modify the formatting of the table contents. 1. Make sure that the Select/Move/Resize cells to select them: tool is active and drag over the upper row of 2. On the Editing toolbar, click Group to release it. This will ungroup each of the cells and their contents. You can see that now only the text is selected: 3. Double-click any of the text portions to display the Objects Panel. On the Font tab, select the Bold check box, set the size to 12, and click Apply. 4. Close the Objects Panel. 5. Click somewhere in the empty space to remove selection. 6. To place the text back into the table cell, select the text, for example, start with the ‘Structure’ notice, hold down SHIFT and select the cell where the selected text should be placed: 7. Click Group . The cell and contents are now grouped: 8. Another way of grouping is to point to the text and drag it a little so that it is placed somewhere in the center of the cell, as you release the button, the text will be automatically grouped with the cell. To understand whether the object and the corresponding cell are grouped, point to the object, if the whole cell is surrounded with the selection frame, but not the object only, the object has been inserted into the cell. Using any of the methods described, place other headings into the cells. 9.7.5 Editing Table View Finally, we can modify the table view: 1. Make sure that the Select/Move/Resize select it. tool is selected and drag over the upper row to ACD/ChemSketch Tutorial 98 Creating Graphical Objects 2. Double-click the selection to display the Objects Panel. If the Fill tab is not visible, click the right arrow to display it and switch to the tab. Set the color to, for example, ivory: 3. Click Apply: The selected cells are filled with ivory color: 4. Close the Objects Panel. 5. Select the entire table and double-click it to display the Objects Panel (note that, on the Fill tab, the color is set to mixed). Switch to the Pen tab and change the color to crimson. Click Apply. 6. Close the Objects Panel and save the file. ACD/ChemSketch Tutorial 99 10. Managing Documents If you have worked over the material described in the previous chapters, you should have several pages with various drawings. In this chapter, we are going to practise some manipulations that concern the whole document. In this chapter, you will learn how to: • Insert headers and footers • Convert the document to Adobe PDF format—Commercial version only! • Create a poster The sections below do not pertain to some particular example and can be applied to any of your ACD/ChemSketch documents. 10.1 Inserting Headers and Footers Starting from version 8.0, you can insert headers and footers for all the pages in your document. You only have to define the text or picture to be inserted in one page and the rest of the pages will be provided with the same pattern. 1. On the Pages menu, point to Headers and Footers, and then choose Edit. The corresponding toolbar appears and at the top of the page the text editing box appears. 2. Type the text to be a header o the page, for example, “ACD/ChemSketch”. 3. On the Headers and Footers toolbar, click Go to Next Text at the center of the page’s header. Type “Author:”. 4. Now click Insert AutoText name is automatically inserted. 5. Click Go to Next Text Click Insert AutoText , one more text box appears on the toolbar and choose Author. Your login again to insert one more text box to the right of the page’s header. and choose Page X of Y, the corresponding auto text . is inserted. If you want to add more data to the page footer, click Go to Next Text Note You can also insert any drawings to be present either in the header or footer. When in the Header and Footer Editing mode, draw or insert the picture using the ChemSketch tools and place it to the required position. As you leave this mode, the corresponding picture will be available in all the pages of your document. 6. As soon as the required data is inserted, leave the Header and Footer Editing mode by closing the toolbar. Click Close . 7. Switch between the pages to view the headers inserted. ACD/ChemSketch Tutorial 100 Managing Documents 10.2 Converting to Adobe PDF ACD/ChemSketc...
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