GND and VCC don't appear as pad connections
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Deepak Tulsani 4 weeks ago
Hi, In my schematic, I add GND and VCC from the wiring tools. After adding GND and VCC when I create a PCB out of my schematic, I don't see any pads for the GND and VCC pins. Because of that, I had to create a single pad and use that at the points where GND and VCC were to be connected. This seems to be working, but am I doing something wrong that I ain't getting a pad by default for GND and VCC? See attached schematic for reference. ![GND_VCC_issue.jpg](// Regards, Deepak
andyfierman 4 weeks ago
If it's on - or forms an integral part of - the PCB then it must be represented by a Schematic Symbol in the schematic and have a PCB footprint assigned to the Package attribute of that symbol. PCB wiring holes, mounting holes and even a logo or a warning marker must all follow this rule. Please see (2.2), (2.3), (4) and (6) in: [https://easyeda\.com/andyfierman/Welcome\_to\_EasyEDA\-31e1288f882e49e582699b8eb7fe9b1f]( Or just use a connector. :)
andyfierman 4 weeks ago
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Deepak Tulsani 1 week ago
Thankyou for your inputs and apologies for the late reply as well. Will incorporate your advice. Regards Deepak
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