> > before you can delete a power plane, you have to re-assign the plane to
> > no net. If you don't do this first & delete the plane, Protel will
> > remove the plane of the list temporary. When you get back to Layer
> > Stack Manager, the power plane will still be there (I hated that).
> >
> > Phan Le
>
> OK that is what happened, I will try and rename the plane prior to
> deleting.
> Thanks!
>
> Micky Blain

You don't "rename" the power plane layer to put it in a totally unused
state. Instead, you ensure that no *net* is assigned to the layer concerned.
As such, select the net with a name of
(No Net) to achieve this.

Regards,
Geoff Harland.
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