Can I make my ChemDraw structures look more 3-dimensional?

Last Modified: 3rd Jan 2013
Category: Laboratory Applications > ChemDraw
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ChemDraw 92A6 It is possible to make some structures in ChemDraw look more 3-dimensional. To see an immediate example, open your CP_Rings template. To make an object appear like it is going into the page, select the object with the lasso tool. Hold down the Alt key (open apple key for Mac users) and place the cursor over the lower right resize handle of the selection. The cursor should change into a 4-headed arrow. Once it does, slowly drag straight up until you get the desired look. You can also add wedged and bold bonds for even more of a 3-D look. Printing & Display ChemDraw All 8 en Screen

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