i usually place the first part and then fill out all the fields and then
use copy paste for the subsequent parts
Dennis Saputelli


Stephen Smith wrote:
> 
> When a multi-part component is placed on the schematic, and you need to
> set, or change the footprint; why do you have to change it for each
> part??
> There might be an easy solution......but to me a seems stupid, as the
> component is not going to have two different footprints.
> I know you can do global changes, or set the footprint (using tab key)
> when placing, or change it for each part of the component.
> But you would (or I would) have thought that if you change one of the
> footprints, Protel would automatically change the other parts of the
> component..........wouldn't you?????
> 
> Steve

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