we do this all the time (DIP+SO)
the junctions are actually a good reminder about what is going on
Dennis Saputelli


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> 
> Hi Steve:
> 
> One way to acheive this is to place two schematic parts one over the other.
> That way all the connectivity will be the same for both, and there will be
> two pcb parts registered in the database. It will look ugly, though, because
> all the pins will have junctions at the ends.
> 
> Cheers,
> Matthew van de Werken
> Electronics Engineer
> CSIRO Exploration & Mining - Gravity Group
> 1 Technology Court - Pullenvale - Qld - 4069
> ph:  (07) 3327 4685     fax:  (07) 3327 4455
> email:  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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