You mean P99SE, yes? Or do you mean P98?

Pin types are defined at the component level, and the part editors are
used to define these characteristics. 

Once the target part has been brought into the part editor, it's simply
a matter of doublwe-clicking a pin, then examining the resultant
pin-edit window to determine and/or modify its electrical type.

Good luck,

aj

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Jeff Condit [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
>Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2004 10:33 AM
>To: Protel EDA Forum
>Subject: [PEDA] P98 SE Schematic ERC for Electrical Pin Types
>
>OK; basic question: In P98 SE, how do you configure the 
>electrical types of pins to be 
>input/output/power/passive/unknown etc. such that in schematic 
>you can do such things as run an ERC and find nets that don't 
>have an output?  How exactly do you initiate such an ERC?  How 
>can you override noted conditions that are really acceptable 
>ones such that you don't have to keep rummaging through them 
>every time?
>



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