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 putting a plcc120 at 45 deg rotation how to? 

Last post Wed, Sep 13 2006 6:10 AM by archive. 2 replies.
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    putting a plcc120 at 45 deg rotation how to? Reply

    As the subject says can anyone tell me how to rotate or build an IC so it goes on the board at a 45 ? Using Allegro 15.7 performance.
    TNX!
    Joe


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    RE: putting a plcc120 at 45 deg rotation how to? Reply

    Make the symbol up as normal i.e. orthogonally

    When placing your symbols on the ‘Ministatus Form’ -> ‘Options’ tab set your angle to be Incremental – 45. Right Click -> Rotate and it will rotate at 45 degrees.

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  • Wed, Sep 13 2006 8:29 AM

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    RE: putting a plcc120 at 45 deg rotation how to? Reply

    THANKS! That worked. 
    Knew there must be somthing I was missing, just didn't look at options DOH

    Rgds
    Joe


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