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Subject: Re: how do i reflect the changes in to my already existing pcb

Date: 04/11/03 at 4:57 PM
Posted by: ashok
E-mail: ashokpataudi@yahoo.com
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In Reply to: how do i reflect the changes in to my already existing pcb posted by sashi on 03/31/03 at 5:48 AM:

hi sashi1) if both schematics and pcb are in cadstar for windows just go to pcb module, open the older pcb and from file menu just run eco update and you will find every updatation u make in schematics get updated in pcb automatically. save the new pcb file and repair the semifinished board.2) if u r using old ver ( dos ver upto cadstar 7.0) open the changed schematics , export the initial data (*.cdi). now open pcb in pcb module. do the change in pcb manualy which u have done in schematics ( preferabaly remove the unwanted component, routes etc.) then import *.cdi file from schematicsto get the update pcb. cdi file are also used for comparing schematics and pcb mismatch which u have to do manualy

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