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 how to move routed area without any change 

Last post Tue, Jan 3 2012 9:19 PM by rinj. 2 replies.
Started by rinj 03 Jan 2012 08:34 PM. Topic has 2 replies and 1886 views
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  • Tue, Jan 3 2012 8:34 PM

    • rinj
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    how to move routed area without any change Reply

    Tool: Allegro PCB Editor 16.3

    I have placed all components on a PCB & partially routed. Now I want to move the routed area by 1"down with all connections,footprints, vias & clines. It is a 6 layer PCB. Components are there on top & bottom. Routed nets are there on all signal layers.

    How is it possible without any DRC errors?

    Please help.

    Thanks,

    rinj.

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  • Tue, Jan 3 2012 8:56 PM

    • girish
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    Re: how to move routed area without any change Reply

    Not sure about your requirement hope this may help

    OP1:

    MOVE ->Options-> User Pick ->Right Click->Temp group->Find ->symbols ,via's Clines ,Shape -> select all the content which u want to move then right click complete & move to desired place

    OP2:

    Edit->Groups->Option-> create new group &  select all the content whcih you want to move to that group & then Move->find groups move 

    Regards,

    Girish 

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  • Tue, Jan 3 2012 9:19 PM

    • rinj
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    Re: how to move routed area without any change Reply

    Thanks a lot Girish. I tried the 1st option. It works fine.

     

    Best regards,

    rinj

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