Prequest: 2.8 Print
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PreQuest keeps a record of up to 200 editing steps performed on the
current entry. Selecting Undo iteratively undoes each of these steps, starting
with the most recent edit. A bleep will sound if no previous edits can be
Individual editing steps include edits performed on the contents of the 1D
window. Changing the contents of the author field, for instance, counts as an
edit that can be undone.
Allows you to step forward one edit-step if you have just used Undo and made no
other changes to the entry. If no forward step is available a bleep will
This function allows you to abandon all work done on the current entry and
revert to the original state. Use with caution as revert cannot be undone and
all edits made for the entry will be lost.
You will be prompted for affirmation of your intent to discard all edits should
Revert be selected. Choose Revert again if you wish to proceed or Cancel should
you wish to return to your edited entry.
A useful feature for producing 2D chemical diagrams for a series of similar
compounds, Copy 2D will copy the current 2D diagram and formula to the
PreQuest clipboard. This can be pasted back in when required.
Pastes the current clipboard contents into the 2D diagram area. The diagram can
then be edited using 2D Edit. This is a useful feature if only minor
changes need to be made for a series of compounds, and makes the diagrams for
each member of the series self-consistent.
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PreQuest: 2.14 Make 2D