When doning changes to opened 99SE libraries, you will be asked how they're going to be saved. Saving as 99SE is possible when you don't use
the extended features, such as infinitely many footprints belonging to a schematic sybmol.
I too, edit my libraries with 99SE and pull them over, but as copy.


Rene


Graham Brown wrote:

We too are in an intermediate state 99SE/2004. Understood 99SE files and ddb's can be opened/converted to the new format, but can 2004 documents be read by 99SE? (The EE who does post-design checking uses Camtastic and 99SE).

Graham Brown, Sutter Instruments.

Dom Bragge wrote:

Can anyone give me a quick tip on how to go about this?

I have some decent inhouse 99SE libs but some staff (not all: inc me)
have n't yet converted to P2004. One of EE's needs our 99SE libs in
P2004 format.





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