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    Copying Pspice files

    I have a circuit design in pspice 9.1, does any know what files I need to copy to create a duplicate design that I want to modify. There doesn't seem to be a Save As command.

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    Re: Copying Pspice files

    Hi

    I guess u use student version, right? If you mean saving schematics, it should be possible as far as I remember. If you mean saving whole project then there might be limitations.

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    Hi

    I guess u use student version, right? If you mean saving schematics, it should be possible as far as I remember. If you mean saving whole project then there might be limitations.

    Cheers



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    Copying Pspice files

    Are you using OrCAD Capture? If Yes, you can copy
    the folder -PSpiceFiles, and the files .dsn and .opj files, and you should be good to go.
    If you started from a text circuit file, you just need to copy the cir file and the associated lib files. And the *.net file if you created a netlist from a schematic. Basically any .LIB and .INCLUDE's that yo u may have in the cir file.

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