Where can I find the library DB25 and DB9 connector?

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Re: Where can I find the library DB25 and DB9 connector?

    by Sal Hernandez » Wed Feb 05, 2014 10:34 am

The db connectors are not located in the taxonomy. Instead go directly to the layout and select Insert > Add Footprint and search for db9 or db25.
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Re: Where can I find the library DB25 and DB9 connector?

    by waleeed » Mon Feb 15, 2016 9:30 pm

I'm building a circuit to record the memories 24C04 SMD and memory 24C04 DIP8 and do not know where to find the DB25 (parallel port) and DB9 connectors
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Re: Where can I find the library DB25 and DB9 connector?

    by Robert Ohanesian » Tue Feb 16, 2016 8:31 am

As Sal pointed out in the above post you'll need to go directly to the layout and select Insert > Add Footprint and search for the DB parts you're looking for. If you still cannot find them then you'll need to create the footprints by hand. You can find out that process through other forum posts and in the PCB123 manual.
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