> I'm using an old version (v3.6) because that's what my customer owns and
> they don't want to upgrade. My question is: What do I need to do, either
> in the schematic or PCB editor, to get the netlist to connect to the PCB
> edge connector (AT board) created by the PCB wizard? I've looked all
> through the documentation and can't find any mention of how to do this.

The AT bus connector is a part, and probably has the designator P1 and a 
footprint with a name like ATEDGE. Double click on the edge connector and 
see what properties is has to get the exact spellings. You then need to 
have a schematic part that has the same reference designator and footprint 
attributes.

Either create your own schematic library Item or search through the 
libraries and find one with the same pins. It has been so long since I 
used 3.6 that I can't remember if the schematic item came with it or not. 
I would do a search for *AT* in the libraries. After that it is just like 
updating an existing PCB to reflect changes in the schematic.

Robert D. LaMoreaux
MTS Systems Corp. 
Powertrain Technology Division
4622 Runway Blvd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
734-822-9696
Fax 734-973-1103
Main Desk 734-973-1111



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