Telling a PCB from a Module
NuttyProfessor47 3 weeks ago
Because I'm moving a design from a different Spice simulator/schematic package I have 4 schematic diagrams that must be integrated onto, and connected on a single PCB. I started this process some time ago, but now need to update some of the schematics because component have been replaced due to obsolescence. I have a project for each schematic, and a PCB layout in each too, but some were saved as modules so that they could be added to the master PCB for final layout and connection work. How can I tell which of the PCB layouts are modules?
andyfierman 2018-03-03 07:51:36
You should find PCBs listed under your `Projects` in the left hand panel. You should find PCB Modules listed under `Parts > My Modules` in the left hand panel. This is illustrated in the screenshot below: ![enter image description here][1] [1]: /editor/20180303/5a99e35818c9d.png
andyfierman 2018-03-03 19:49:04
Please also see:
NuttyProfessor47 2018-03-22 16:30:09
@andyfierman Thanks Andy. I was hoping there would be a way to tell the difference when they were already open in tabs, however I can now see that with the latest version of EasyEDA the home screen shows only PCBs, so starting from there helped. Thanks again. Chris.
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