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ProteinScope Windows 0.8.8: Export to Excel feature added

ProteinScope Windows 0.8.8: Export to Excel feature added - Protein Forum

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Old 08-08-2003, 02:11 AM
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Default ProteinScope Windows 0.8.8: Export to Excel feature added



ProteinScope for Windows version 0.8.8 has been posted to
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You will find a new feature under the Protein menu, Export to Excel.
This feature has only been tested with Excel Office XP edition.

You can export all ATOM records in the PDB file to an XLS file, the
XLS file will be created in the same folder and with the same name as
your PDB file with the .XLS extension.

If you select All Residues from the Export to Excel menu, all residues
will be exported. This will take a few minutes with larger PDB files.

Using the mouse, you can click on specific residues you want exported,
they will be highlighted when you click on it. Then use the Selected
Residues option to export, and Clear Selection to start over if you
need to.

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