Re: [PEDA] [PROTEL EDA USERS]: importing a netlist to Protel

2001-05-07 Thread Tony Karavidas
You're trying to load a PCB file, as the menu indicates. That is not the correct thing to do. You want to first add the external netlist from Orcad (using the tango format) to the Protel DDB. Click on the DDB name or documents folder in Protel 's explorer. Use the file import and bring in the

Re: [PEDA] [PROTEL EDA USERS]: importing a netlist to Protel

2001-05-07 Thread Jeff Stout
Being unwise in the ways of OrCad, my assumptions may be wrong, but File/Import/*.PCB will import a PCB? If you want to get a netlist, you should use Design/Load Nets... Does OrCad assign a .PCB extention to it's netlist. If you are new to Protel, you should know Protel uses the extention .NET

Re: [PEDA] [PROTEL EDA USERS]: importing a netlist to Protel

2001-05-07 Thread Abd ul-Rahman Lomax
At 01:47 PM 2/13/01 -0800, Forum Administrator wrote: There are many alternatives to attaching a file to a discussion group post, but if you feel you really must, at least be considerate of your fellow subscribers and keep attachments under 50K and ALWAYS compress (zip) the file. Let me put

Re: [PEDA] [PROTEL EDA USERS]: importing a netlist to Protel

2001-05-07 Thread Forum Administrator
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