Sounds good, blindingly obvious really, thanks..
Robert



                                                                                       
                                           
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It should work if the default designator is set int the sch library, e.g
10? for resistors or 20? for capacitors. Default designator is treated as a
prefix and should not change when annotating.

Igor

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But I don't think this will distinguish between Rs, Cs, Ds, etc.. as
Adeline needs.
Robert




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Adeline,

go to Tools->Annotate(untick Current Sheet Only box)->Advanced Options and
set a range for designators on each sheet in the project. We usually set
top level sheet to the range of 0-99 and then child sheet 1 to 100-199,
child sheet 2 to 200-299, second level child sheet 1 to 1000-1999, second
level child sheet 2 to 2000-2999, etc.

Regards,

Igor

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Hi

My company uses an internal designator naming standard for schematic
symbols. The standard is such that each type of component is assigned a
prefix and each designator will be 4 digits long, eg. 1st resistor: 1001,
2nd resistor: 1002, 25th capacitor: 2025, 54th diode, 3054, etc.

Is there anyway I can get P99SE to generate this automatically? I
understand that it can only do 11, 12, etc, and not 1001, 1002, etc.
Furthermore if I reset the designators, the prefix number gets wiped out
as well.

Thanks for answering my question.

Adeline
















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