How do you edit a part of OrCAD capture?

How do you make a part in OrCAD capture?

Right click on the Capture Tutorial library and select New Part.

  1. Click OK.
  2. Click a location on the part boundary to place the pin.
  3. Use Shift+G on the keyboard to re-open the Place Pin window. Enter the values for the next pin.
  4. Continue placing pins using the pin properties below.

How do I change component values in PSpice?

You can change the value of a component by double-clicking on the component value, and entering a new value. You can connect components together by placing wires – Draw – Wire (or Ctrl-W). Be sure to place an analog ground (AGND).

How do you select components in OrCAD?

Select CAPTURE TUTORIAL2 from the Libraries list and select a part. Click the Place Part icon or double click on the part. Click to place on the schematic.

Click Open.

  1. Select VCC and click OK.
  2. Click to place on the schematic.
  3. Right click and select End Mode (ESC).

How do I update OrCAD?

Update and Configure an OrCAD License File Print

  1. Open your Windows Start menu and select Cadence > License Server Configuration Utility to launch the utility. …
  2. Click the Browse button to select and enter the absolute path to your license file.
  3. Click the Next button to continue.
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How do you annotate in cadence?

Annotating DC Currents to a Cadence Cellview

  1. First annotate the DC voltages as described in Annotating DC Voltages to a Cadence Cellview.
  2. From the Cadence schematic window, choose Edit > Component Display. …
  3. Click an instance in the Cadence Schematic window. …
  4. Click the terminal checkbox from the Select Label options.

Where can you mention the height of an OrCAD component?

You can define a height property for the Package Keepout area using the same method for symbols. Setup > Areas > Package Height(Allegro) or Outline > Package Height (OrCAD) then select the shape with a left click, then define the min and max height accordingly based on the Options Pane.