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Working With the Table

The main part of Periodic table is the periodic table - the window you see first when you run the program.Working with the table itself is simple and intuitive. You will notice that as you pass the mouse pointer over the different elements, a small popup window indicates to you the full name of the element which you are currently over. Also, on the left of the status bar (at the bottom of the main window), you will see the name of the element which you are currently passing over, its symbol. (please see the help section about The Element Information
Window for more information about the format of the electron configuration).To select a particular element, simply click on it with the default mouse button. You can also navigate the
elements using they keyboard arrow keys, or the Tab key. You get more information about an element.

If you would like to find an element, Click the Elements drop down list and choose element. The chosen element will be highlighted in Periodic table. Now to get more information about it, either double click that element button or click on "i" symbol on toolbar (at the top of the main window). In order to see the elements of particular Homoeopathic remedy which is made up of elements & minerals, click on Remedy drop down list and select any remedy. It will highlight the positive and negative elements of that remedy.To change the colour configuration of the table, or to specify a custom background image, simply click on the Colored strip image or Go to MenuàEditàSettings. You will be presented with a dialog box which lets you change
the colour of the different element groups and of the elements row or column and also background wallpaper of the program, This is particularly useful if you are running Windows with a non-standard palette or colour setup

and are having trouble distinguishing or viewing certain elements because of conflicting colours.The Element Information Window The Element Information Window can be displayed by either clicking on an element or choosing Element Information symbol "i" on the toolbar when that element is highlighted. The Element Information Window displays all the information about the currently selected element organised by property. The units of a specific property are given beside the value. Also, the electron configuration is not given in the standard format; where regularly a number would be given in superscript, it is here represented by a regular
number followed by a comma like so:Oxygen:

[He] 2s2 2p4
To see different salts of that particular element (i. e. remedies prepared from that element), click on Salts button.Searching for A Specific Element To display the desired element, you can click the Element drop down list and select the element. That element
will be highlighted.Viewing Homoeopathic remedial elements

Viewing Homoeopathic remedies which belongs to element and mineral group and its positive and negative
elements is now easy with periodic table.
If one come across a particular rubric from repertory having few mineral remedies, one can use Notepad feature of Periodic table to see only mineral remedies and their individual elements out of all the remedies.This feature is provided keeping in mind CARA users (CARA Repertory software for homoeopathic practise). Go to MenuàUtilityàNotepad. Now select any rubric in cara, copy it ( by right-clicking rubric and selecting Copy or pressing ctrl+c keys) and paste it in textbox by clicking Paste button. The selected rubric and all the remedies listed under it is seen in the box. Now click Show button or press Enter on the keyboard and watch the resulting mineral remedies in the Remedy list as well as highlighted element symbols on the periodic table. It indicate

Rubric, what are the mineral remedies listed under it and position of their element, which group they belongs to, in the periodic table. If you wish to see only Positive elements or only Negative elements of remedies, simply select the options given before Show button, and then click Show. It will display only the selected option elements.You can save this results, so that your time is saved in copying & pasting rubric from cara.One can give Path where CARA is installed by going MenuàEditàSettings and selecting cara path by clicking
Browse button. To open CARA from Periodic table, go to MenuàUtilitiesàOpen Cara or by simply clicking CARA symbol on the toolbar Since this feature is compatible with CARA Repertory users only, selecting rubrics and pasting from other repertory software may give erroneous results.

Storing, Opening and Deleting results

It is time consuming to copy & paste rubric and waiting for results to be plotted in Periodic table which may take
few seconds to few minutes.
To make Periodic table work more faster & efficiently, Save result fascility is provided. After getting results on
screen, if you wish to save this result, go to MenuàUtilityàSave results. A small window appears with rubric in the
file name box. Simply click Save button and it is save permanently.
Next time if you want to refer the same rubric & its elements, then go to MenuàUtilityàOpen results, select desired
rubric from drop down list and press Open. You can opt for looking only +ve or only -ve elements also.
One can delete the unwanted rubric result by going MenuàUtilityàDelete result.

History of Periodic table, Remedy groups

The chemistry of elements of periodic table is very vast. There are many terminology and Laws defined by various
We have made sincere efforts to give you
v Basic definations of frequently used terms,
v Important Laws
v Group features of elements,
v Group features of Certain element salts as used in Homoeopathy and
v Other details.
To change the colour & font configuration of the text, or to specify a custom fonts, simply click on the Colored
strip image or Go to MenuàEditàSettings. You will be presented with a dialog box which lets you change the text
Heading color and also the font & its size for the text.
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