Re: CCL:Software for print quality images



    Venkataraman,
       I have always used Chem3D for geneating postscript
         files of 3D molecular structures.  It is configurable
         to have atom labels or numbers on the atoms, exports
         postcript form, allows free rotation/translation
         of structures and fragments, and imports xyz data.
       There is a Macintosh freeware version of this software
         available from CamSci at:
             <http://www.camsci.com/>;
         I've always used the commercial mac version, but they
         also have a commercial PC version.  I'm uncertain
         what features are available in their freeware version.
         Hope this helps,
 ____Nicholas C. DeMello, Ph.D.________________________________________
    Online at MacTech Magazine, the Journal of Macintosh Programming
      http://www.MacTech.com/
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