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 Migrating from Orcad to Allegro 

Last post Tue, Jul 17 2007 12:59 PM by archive. 1 replies.
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    Migrating from Orcad to Allegro Reply

    Greetings All;

    Are there any links or sources that I can be reviewing that will better prepare me for the
    new software we are moving too, I have absloutely no experience with Allegro and I'd like to
    be able to review the functionality and hopefully the processes.

    Any help will be appreciated.

    Ray Gauldin


    Originally posted in cdnusers.org by rgauldin
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  • Tue, Jul 17 2007 5:01 PM

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    RE: Migrating from Orcad to Allegro Reply

    Sure! They've got gobs and gobs of stuff online. Check out Sourcelink.cadence.com (hopefully you're a current customer), or the Cadence.com website. They've got lots in the webinar sections.

    You can also install the tool, and use the tutorials to get you going. There's a bunch of stuff in the tutorials.

    If you need more, contact me (cadpro2k_at_dacafe_dot_com) and I can help you along.

    "It doesn't need to be painful, you just need to know who to follow."

    Good day.
    Mitch


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