Multipage molecular documents help to work with large drawings by dividing them into pages. To use the navigation tools of a multipage molecular document double-click on the chosen cell.
A new window will open and the following controls will automatically appear on the window's interface:
Pages menu on the menubar
Navigation statusbar under the canvas
Frame of pages, margin, title and page numbers on the canvas
The statusbar contains information about the current page number in a text field and the number of all pages on a label. It also contains a collection of buttons to aid your quick navigation in the document. You can go to the first, previous, next, and last page using them. Alternatively you can go directly to a specific page by entering a number in the text field and pressing enter.
|First page button||Clicking on the First page button allows you to go to the first page of multipage molecular document.|
|Previous page button||Clicking on the Previous page button allows you to go to the previous page of multipage molecular document.|
|Current page field||The Current page text field shows you the number of current page and allows you to go to a specific page of multipage molecular document by entering a number in the text field and pressing enter.|
|Next page button||Clicking on the button allows you to go to the next page of multipage molecular document.|
|Last page button||Clicking on the Last page button allows you to go to the last page of multipage molecular document.|
|All pages label||The All pages label shows you the total number of pages in multipage molecular document.|
All the navigation possibilities: go to first, previous, next, last, specific pages are available from the Pages menu too, with some automatic page zooming functions.
Pages > Fit Page Height adjusts the height of the current page to the height of the canvas.
Pages > Fit page width adjusts the width of the current page to the width of the canvas.
Pages > Fit page adjusts the current page so that the whole current page will be placed centralized within the canvas.