Report a specific component property and its value in Expedition

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Author (required): Nadia Ahmad


Platform/Format: VBScript


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FindCompProperty.txt : Traverse through all components to find the Property (entered by the user) and generate a .csv report on the refdes and value assigned to the property.


FindCompPropertyAndValue.txt : Traverse through all components in the design to find a specific Property and its value and output the refdes data in a .csv format.  The property name and value must be entered by the user.  This is to further narrow down the components which has a specific value assigned for a property.  The script also select the parts associated with the property and its value and do a Fit Selected at the end.




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