not rename the plane, set the plane to "NO NET" net (after previously
deleting all primitives from the plane)
then you can delete the plane in the stack manager
Dennis Saputelli

Micky Blain wrote:
> 
> OK that is what happened, I will try and rename the plane prior to deleting.
> Thanks!
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: TSListServer [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On
> Behalf Of Le, Phan
> Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2001 4:10 PM
> To: Multiple recipients of list proteledausers
> Subject: RE: [PROTEL EDA USERS]: Deleted Power Planes
> 
> 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
>> Micky Blain wrote:
> >
> > I have deleted a power plane from my design. It seems that SP6 is not
> taking
> > this off of the design. I think I remember this subject being discussed
> but
> > I was swamped at the time and it was a few weeks back.
> >
> > Does anyone know how to get the plane off the design?
> 
> Open the Layer Stack Manager (under Design) and delete the plane there.
> 
> David W. Gulley
> Destiny Designs

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