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Easy C Base, Version 1.11
Copyright 1994 by Samer F. Naser. 

Draw structures with simple mouse clicks on icons.
Change bonds with mouse clicks on drawing. Use
clipboard to copy the 2-D structures to other
applications. Name the structures and save with them,
text of up to 32000 characters. Use the clipboard to
copy text to other applications. Search the directory
containing the structure files using exact structure,
a substructure, or fragments of a structure. Search
the directory for a string that occurs in the
structure's name or associated text. Combine the
structure search with a string search. Search results
display structure name and file name. Edit structures
and text using the standard Windows Edit menu commands.
The Molecular Formula and Weight are continuously
updated as you draw or edit. Open multiple files.
Requires Windows 3.1. Shareware: $68 

Files in this release:
ECB.EXE        ---> Easy C Base Windows executable file.
ECB.HLP        ---> Easy C Base Windows help file.
README.TXT     ---> This text file.
*.ECB          ---> Several sample Chemical Record Files.

Copy the three files in this release to the directory 
where you want Easy C Base installed. For example, to 
install Easy C Base on drive C: in a directory called ECB, 
do the following:

*In the File Manager, select drive C: then choose Create 
Directory from the File menu.
*In the dialog box enter ECB, then click OK.
*Using the mouse, drag the files in this release to 
the directory you just created.

To add the Easy C Base icon to the Windows Program Manager 
*Choose New from the File menu in the Program manager.
*In the dialog box click on the New Group button, then 
click OK.
*In the following dialog box, in the Description box, 
enter: Easy-C-Base, then click OK.
*A Program Group is created.
*Choose New from the File menu in the Program Manager.
*In the dialog box click on the New Item button, then 
click OK.
*In the dialog box that follows: 
in the Description box, enter: Easy-C-Base, 
in the Command Line box, enter: C:\ECB\ECB.EXE,
in the Working Directory box, enter: C:\ECB, then Click 
*An Easy C Base icon is created.

You may use different path names for the command line and 
working directories.
If you wish to add Easy C Base to an existing Program 
Group, skip steps listed under First.

Problems? Comments? Suggestions? Contact:
Dr. Samer F. Naser 
Novel Advanced Systems Corporation
P. O. Box 130304
Ann Arbor, MI 48113-0304
CompuServe 73543,3541, America Online snaser
Email:   or
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