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How to save your works in Cadence 1. Save the schematic From this window, go to Design -> Plot -> Submit, to open a submit plot window.
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Click the button Plot Options … , and open plot window.
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From this window, make sure the Plotter name is eemfpcad (letter), and check the boxes of Center Plot and Fit to Page . If you want to print your schematic directly from the printer, do not check any boxes of Queue Plot Data At , Send Plot Only To File , and Mail Log To . If you want to save your schematic as a file, only check the box Send Plot Only To File
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Unformatted text preview: , and type the file name in the line. (Remember the extension of your file name must be .ps) . This file will be saved in your local directory. 2. Save the waveform After you simulate your circuit, and get the waveform. The window of the waveform will be opened like: Go to toolbar Window -> Hardcopy , open the hardcopy window, The procedures are same as those of plot of schematic. 3. Some useful commands in UNIX 1). Transfer .ps file to .pdf file ps2pdf *.ps *.pdf ↵ 2). Delete a file del *.* (file name) ↵...
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