Editing Risk assess labels

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bigmack
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Editing Risk assess labels

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Seems that Risk assess has embedded something in their PDF labels so that you can no longer Edit them in Adobe DC Pro if it is other than a non-Hazardous chemical .

Older labels I have downloaded can still be edited .

OK, before you all tell me I shouldn't go altering the labels , it was because the teacher wanted labels but he wanted the Molarity marked as "unknown" as they were using colourmeter to determine concentration .

So does anyone know how to enable editing ?
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Just did this morning, RiskAssess custom label with "Unknown". Didn't have a problem, but don't edit them in Adobe DC Pro, just use as is.
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OK thanks Macca , will have a look at that .
old habits die hard though, so used to having to edit Chemwatch labels :D
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Yep, definitely go with the custom labels option. If you're not sure of what to include on the label, I go into the standard labelling first and note down what the label should be before making my own.
Bigmack - we obviously need to beat Chemwatch out of you, strange because it usually destroys most labbies long before this is needed.
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Merilyn1 wrote: 27 Jul 2021, 14:24 Bigmack - we obviously need to beat Chemwatch out of you, strange because it usually destroys most labbies long before this is needed.
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Merilyn1 wrote: 27 Jul 2021, 14:24 Yep, definitely go with the custom labels option. If you're not sure of what to include on the label, I go into the standard labelling first and note down what the label should be before making my own.
Bigmack - we obviously need to beat Chemwatch out of you, strange because it usually destroys most labbies long before this is needed.
:clap3: spot on
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