I am not able to find the Documentation Option. It is asking for path to access Mentor Graphics documentations. How to install the document package in VX2.4 ?
When logged into Support Center on the home page under My Products it should list the products you have support for, if not select the Manage Products.
Select the product you require the help documentation for and go to the Downloads section not the Documentation section. Download the documentation installation files
Choose the base install not an update and then the download option to get a list of content:
Finally choose the documentation appropriate to your version (32 or 64 bit)
You need to intsall XENTPVX.2.X_DOC_win32
How to install XENTPVX.2.X_DOC_win64 ? I have used the following settings for the installation of VX2.4. I
don't find document option in the installation process. Do I need to install it separately ? How to do that
Yes, you need to install documentation separetely from applications.
To install Docs go to Siemens Support and download documentation for your release.
I don't find download option when I log in to Siemens Support. Do I need to register product to download document option ?
You are legal user?
I am fighting with the same problem. (Yes, I am a legal user... Unfortunately.)The Siemens Support link above doesn't work for me, it says: "We're sorry. You do not have permissions to access this page or file."But if log in, and go to the Siemens Support / PADS Prof./ Documentation / PADS Pro VX.2.6 / Mentor documentation,(or pages around this)I can not find any downloadable link, related to any kind of Help, or Documentation. There are lot of information about using installed Help, tuning of browsers, tuning of ini files, but the most necessary download link is missing.I have seeked XENTPVX.2.X_DOC_win64 on the webpage, and in my installed folders, but I can not find.It is a very frustrating way, as the Mentor handling this.A normal installer ask the user. Do You want to install Help? Yes/No.It doesn't count, install to a local machine, or a server on the LAN. It is a nuance.Any useful information is highly appretiated.Thanks in advance!
Thank You very much, Robert!OK, I was a bit blind.
The site is a bit confusing because it has the on-line Documentation section as well as the Downloads section.
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