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Insert Compound Information into an Application

Easily include your novel Compound data in your application with guaranteed consistency, even as you make revisions.

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Written by Laura Berwick
Updated over a week ago

This article covers the following topics:

  • Insertion from the Right-Hand Sidebar

  • Compound/Example Autocompletion as You Type

  • Systematic Name Autocompletion as You Type

  • Include a Compound/Example Table

  • Now What?

Insertion from the Right-Hand Sidebar

  1. Make sure your cursor is at the desired insertion point in your claims or specification.

  2. Click the molecule icon to expand the Compounds panel in the right-hand sidebar.



    If you do not see the molecule icon in the right-hand sidebar, you can request access.

  3. Click the Com # to insert the Compound/Example identifier label as a tagged data object.

  4. Click the molecule icon to insert the structure image as a tagged data object.

  5. Click the arrow to insert the systemic name as a tagged data object.



    Note that your internal reference ID is displayed in the right-hand sidebar panel for your information, but is not intended for insertion into your application.

  6. Changes made in the Compounds Manager will be automatically reflected in inserted data across your application.

Compound/Example Autocompletion as You Type

  1. Begin typing the desired Compound/Example identifier.

  2. Click to select from among the identifiers in the auto-complete menu presented, or press enter to select the highlighted option.



    OR

    When you type the space following your compound/example number, the typed identifier will be tagged as a data object.

  3. Changes made in the Compounds Manager will be automatically reflected in inserted data across your application.

Systematic Name Autocompletion as You Type

  1. Begin typing the desired Compound/Example identifier.

  2. Click to select from among the systematic names in the auto-complete menu presented, or press enter to select the highlighted option.



    OR

    When you type the space following your systematic name, that typed text will be tagged as a data object.

  3. Changes made in the Compounds Manager will be automatically reflected in inserted data across your application.

Include a Compound/Example Table

  1. Make sure your cursor is at the desired insertion point in your claims or specification.

  2. Click the molecule icon to expand the Compounds panel in the right-hand sidebar.



    If you do not see the molecule icon in the right-hand sidebar, you can request access.

  3. Click the Compounds Table option to insert the Compound/Example table at your cursor location.

  4. A table containing populated columns with the Compound/Example number, the structure drawing, the systematic name, and the molecular weight will be inserted at your cursor location.



    Note that we recommend you only insert this table after you've ensured your compounds are ordered and described as desired. But if you need to make changes after you've inserted the table, it's easy to delete and reinsert it.

Now What?

Before you export for filing, you can use the Consistency Review tool to confirm you've supported your novel compounds in your application.

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