The UofT ChemDraw site license is renewed each November, meaning that you will need to renew your software each year by following the instructions below.
The new activation code is the same as last year. This means that you may not need to do anything to renew, but instead your software will automatically be updated to reflect the new expiry date.
Our license supports the previous 2 versions - we do recommend that you upgrade at some point though you do not need to do it immediately. If you are using version 16 or lower, you must upgrade.
1. To renew your subscription, open Chemdraw.
You may get a message saying your subscription needs to be renewed.
Just close the window with the X - do not click on OK! Your ChemDraw window should then appear.
2. Go to "Help" on the toolbar on PCs and the ChemDraw tab on Macs
3. Choose "Activate ChemDraw Professional"
4. The activate window should open with all the fields filled except for Organization (optional). Leave this screen open while you retrieve the activation code from the PerkinElmer Flexnet site.
5. Next you will need to log in to the PerkinElmer Download Centre (where you downloaded the software originally). Please note: PerkinElmer recently updated their login system. If you already have a PerkinElmer Download Centre account associated with your UofT email address, you may need to sign up again as a new user. Visit the login page, click the Sign Up tab and then enter the username and password you previously used to log in.
6, Once logged in, the newest renewal called ChemDraw Professional Site Subscription will be listed first on the homepage. Copy the Product Activation Code on the right-hand side.
This video tutorial provides a brief demonstration of how to renew your ChemDraw Licence.
Acknowledgement: Thank you to our student employee Nuro Khasanzoda, Library Assistant, for creating and recording this video.
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