Lab Resources Protein Domain

Fields

Add New Protein Domain

This adds a new row to the Protein Domain resource table.

  1. Make the Protein Domain window active in the Board.
  2. On the Protein Domain menu click Add New Protein Domain.

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Remove Rows

This removes the selected rows from the Protein Domain resource table.

  1. Make the Protein Domain window active in the Board.
  2. Select one or more rows in the table.
  3. On the Protein Domain menu click Remove Rows.

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Copy Rows

This copies the data in the selected rows of the Protein Domain resource table to local clipboard.

  1. Make the Protein Domain window active in the Board.
  2. Select one or more rows in the table.
  3. On the Protein Domain menu click Copy Rows.

Cut Rows

This removes the selected rows of the Protein Domain resource table and copies them to local clipboard.

  1. Make the Protein Domain window active in the Board.
  2. Select one or more rows in the table.
  3. On the Protein Domain menu click Cut Rows.

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Paste Rows

This adds the rows in local clipboard to the Protein Domain resource table.

  1. Make the Protein Domain window active in the Board.
  2. On the Protein Domain menu click Paste Rows.

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Undo

This cancels the last change to the Protein Domain resource table.

  1. Make the Protein Domain window active in the Board.
  2. On the Protein Domain menu click Undo.

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Load Protein Domain File

This loads a comma separated value file and adds the data to the Protein Domain resource table.

  1. Make the Protein Domain window active in the Board.
  2. On the Protein Domain menu click Load Protein Domain File.
  3. In the folder list, locate and open the folder that contains the file.
  4. Click the file, and then click Open.

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Save Protein Domain File

This saves the Protein Domain resource table as a comma separated value file.

  1. Make the Protein Domain window active in the Board.
  2. On the Protein Domain menu click Save Protein Domain File.
  3. If you want to save the file in a different folder, locate and open the folder.
  4. In the File Name box, type a name for the file.
  5. Click Save.

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Save Protein Domain

This saves the Protein Domain in the database.

  1. Make the Protein Domain window active in the Board.
  2. On the Protein Domain menu click Save Protein Domain, or click the Save Protein Domain button in the button bar.

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Close Protein Domain

This closes the window.

  1. Make the Protein Domain window active in the Board.
  2. On the Protein Domain menu click Close Protein Domain, or click the X button on the window's Title bar.

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Refresh Protein Domain

This reverts the data for the Protein Domain to the version in the database.

  1. Make the Protein Domain window active in the Board.
  2. On the Protein Domain menu click Refresh Protein Domain.

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