Right under the printer name on the "Browse PCB Print" tab is the name of 
the type of printout - highlight it, right click, and click on 
properties.  Make sure that the boxes are checked for components (include 
topside, include bottom side, include both).  If you don't include the 
components for the applicable side, the pads don't show.


At 03:41 PM 7/18/02 +1200, you wrote:
>Sorry I have to relearn Protel 99 every time I use it.
>
>I'm trying to get a power printout and I can't get the pads of
>components to show up on the bottom layer.  The free pads like vias and
>those pads that I put in as pads show up.  The pads in the components
>I'm using are multilayer.  I've set all the things in Multilayer>Layer
>Properties>Component primitves to "Full" and I've done the rebuild.
>What else is there left to try?
>
>Paul Gaastra      email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>BioEngineering Technologies, HortResearch
>Private Bag 3123                  phone +64 7 8584745
>Hamilton, NEW ZEALAND         fax +64 7 8584705
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