At 09:47 AM 23/03/01 +0100, you wrote:
>       will not now the names of these sheets.
>
>   2) You can save the sheet that will contain the subsheets
>       in the ASCII file format. With an editor you can open
>       these file and you will see the definitions of the
>       subsheets somewhere in the file. There you
>       can swap the definitions to your desired order,
>       save the file and import it in protel. Now
>       the subsheets will appear in the desired order in
>       the schematic panel window.
>       The sheet number can no be changed with the annotate
>       function of schematic.

Nice trick - can someone who needs this capability now test it and let us 
know.  This is one for the FAQ as this subject has come up before (what do 
you think David Cary (current FAQ maintainer)?).

Well done Jörg.

Ian
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