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Tutorial: Kostenlose Express Version

Introduction to User Interface

Adding Parts to a new Schematic Design

Implementing and use the Part Acceptance Attribute Value

Adding Connections in a Schematic Design

Adding Global Signal Symbols in a Schematic Design

Creating Part Lists from a Schematic Design

Setting Design Units and Snap Grids

Creating Board Outlines using Input Coordinates

Introduction to Push-a-Side Component Plasement

Using Cross Probing

Setting Template Properties for Copper Pour

Autorouting using the Embedded Router

Batch Processing Manufacturing Data

Renaming Components for Reuse

Transfer SCM to a PCB design with Reuse Circuit Blocks

Exploring the BGA Wizard

Creating Part Definitions Part 1 of 2

Adding Busses in a Schematic Design

Manual Placement of SMD Components

Creating New Schematic Design with default settings/template

All available Methods of Selecting Items

Adding Testpoint Components to a Schematic Design

Overriding Visibility of Pin names and Connected Terminals

Library Version Cheking - Making Sure Parts are up to Date

Schematics Transfer to a PCB Design

Import Board Outlines from DXF files

Placing Components Using Item Properties

Automatic Component Placement

Creating Templates using the Duplicate Shape function

Manual Routing using Embedded Place and Route

Creating Drill Drawings and Tables

Creating Reusable Circuit Blocks

Introduction to Hierarchical Design

Modifying PCB Reuse Circuit Blocks

Exploring the Schematic Symbol Block Wizard

Creating Part Definitions Part 2 of 2

Using Signal Reference Links in a Schematic

Automatic Gate and Pin Swapping


Setup options for Placement and Routing

Creating Fan-outs for BGA's

Introduction to Trunk Routing

Re-ordering Trunk Routes

Automatic Stub Routing

Creating Fan-outs for SMD's

Inserting Via Patterns for Trunk Routing

Allocating Testpoints to Routed Designs

CADSTAR Design Editor

Creating Board Outlines and Cutouts

Generating ODB++ Output

Using Predefined Jumpers