Example 1. Dual Power Supply, Analog Design
The first example demonstrates the basics of schematic entry in Capture, including finding and placing parts, connecting parts and using global power nets, and generating a bill of materials to assist in the design process. The example continues with PCB design in PCB Editor and demonstrates how to specify board requirements, such as trace width and spacing, and setting up the overall board design; how to define layers; and how to perform manual and automatic routing.
To follow the example exactly as it is presented here, you need to copy the footprints for this example from the Web site for this book. Copy the contents of the symbols file folder located in the Projects/Analog_Ex folder ( Figure 9-1

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