I am experimenting with different configurations of a power supply in PSpice for TI and would therefor like to save different versions of the schematic. However, the option "Save Project As" in the "File" menu is disabled (greyed out). Is this intentionally disabled in PSpice for TI or is there some way to enable it? Is there a different way I should be going about this?
Now that I have tried "New Design" in an existing project, "Save Project As" is enabled. "New Design" opened a new schematic page, but both the original schematic page and the new one have the same title: "(SCHEMATIC 1: PAGE 1)".
What is the relationship between "projects" and "designs" in PSPICE?
How can I differentiate the different designs in a project?
and once again, why does a project need more than one design to be saved under a different name?
What is the recommended way to "clone" a design in order to create a variant?
Close your schematic page then "Save Project As" will work. A panel will open asking for location and new project name.
While working on the second design in my project, PSPICE for TI crashed. When I reopened PSPICE, it offered to recover the project which wasn't closed properly. However, the recovered project did not contain the second design. When I once again invoked "New Design", the "File" option "Save Project As" was *not* enabled.
Meanwhile I have discovered that it isn't necessary to close the schematic page. The only requirement is that the top-level "Design Resources" node be selected in the "File" navigation tree on the left.