May 17 2013
[ Getting Started | Slides | Documents | PowerPoint | Web ]
This guide is focused on how to make fully interactive 3D documents for Windows PowerPoint and the Web. For more information on the other features in ICM-Browser
please see the ICM-Browser User Guide.
Creating 3D Documents Is Straightforward
Creating fully interactive 3D documents for PowerPoint, the web, and standalone browser is straightforward.
- Download ICM-Browser and the ActiveICM plugin. They are completely free! [video]
- Open the ICM-Browser and make a series of animated fully-interactive slides showing different colored and rendered views of your molecules. [video]
- Add hyperlinked HTML text to annotate and link to your slides. [video]
- Save your file in ICM-Browser and then insert into PowerPoint or the web using the ActiveICM plugin. You can also share your documents in the standalone ICM-Browser. [video - powerpoint] [video -web browser]
2.3.2 How to Create a Series of Fully-Interactive 3D Slides.
2.3.3 How to Create Molecular Documents
2.3.4 How to Display Molecular Documents in PowerPoint
2.3.5 How to Display Molecular Documents on the Web
|How to Display Molecular Documents in Web Browsers||video|
|How to Display Molecular Documents in Web Browsers|| HTML GUI Manual|