Create a new schematic sheet by completing the following steps:
1. Select File » New » Schematic, or click on Schematic Sheet in the New section of the Files panel. A blank schematic
sheet named Sheet1.SchDoc displays in the design window and the schematic document is automatically added (linked)
to the project. The schematic sheet is now listed under Source Documents beneath the project name in the Projects tab.
2. Rename the new schematic file (with a .SchDoc extension) by selecting File » Save As. Navigate to a location where you would like to store the schematic on your hard disk, type the name Multivibrator.
SchDoc in the File Name field and click on Save.
When the blank schematic sheet opens you will notice that the workspace changes.
The main toolbar includes a range of new buttons, new toolbars are visible, the menu bar includes new items and the Sheet panel is displayed.
You are now in the Schematic Editor.
You can customize many aspects of the workspace. For example, you can reposition the panels and toolbars or customize the menu and toolbar commands.
Now we can add our blank schematic to the project before proceeding with the design capture.
Adding Schematic Sheets to a Project
If the schematic sheets you want to add to a project file have been opened as Free Documents, right-click on the project name in the Projects panel and select Add Existing to Project.
Select the free documents name(s) and click Open. Alternatively, you could drag-and-drop the free document into the project documents list in the Projects panel.
The schematic sheet is now listed under Source Documents beneath the project name in the Projects tab
and is linked to the project file.