Microsoft Office Blog Just Notices Chem4Word (Chemistry Add-in for Word 2010)

Not sure why the official Microsoft Office Blog thinks the Chem4Word (Chemistry Add-in for Word 2010) was just released todayChem4Word has been available since April 2010!

Download –> Chem4Word – Chemistry Add-in tool for the authoring and rendering of semantically rich chemistry information in Word documents.

NOTE: Just added!  Chemistry Add-in for Word Font DLL contains the fonts used by the Chemistry Add-in for Word. It is needed to compile the project. 

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One Response to Microsoft Office Blog Just Notices Chem4Word (Chemistry Add-in for Word 2010)

  1. Alex Wade says:

    The beta was released last year, but yesterday we released v.1 – cleaning up some issues, including bold number support, web service lookups for chemical structures, and adding the project to the Outercurve Foundation.

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