The REMOVE command is used to delete the file "name" if in board editing mode.
Devices, Symbols, Packages
The REMOVE command is used to delete the device, symbol or package "name" from the presently opened library. The name may include an extension (for example REMOVE name.pac). If the name is given without extension, you have to be in the respective mode to remove an object (i.e. editing a package if you want to remove packages).
Symbols and packages can be erased from a library only if not used by a device.
The REMOVE command may also be used to delete a sheet from a schematic. The name of the presently loaded schematic can be omitted. The parameter xx represents the sheet number, for example:
REMOVE .S3deletes sheet no. 3 from the presently loaded schematic.
If you delete the currently loaded sheet, sheet no. 1 will be loaded after the command has been executed. All sheets with a higher number than the one deleted will get a number reduced by one.
UNDO does not work with this command. If you have deleted a sheet accidentally it will be present in the "old" schematic file as long as the "new" file has not been saved.
REMOVE clears the UNDO buffer.
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