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In LTspice a '''SPICE directive''' is text placed onto the schematic that passes directly into the netlist.  It may be entered either as a single line or as a block of several lines of text.  Since ''ENTER'' closes the text edit box, a new line must be started by typing either ''ctrl-ENTER'' or ''ctrl-M''.   
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In LTspice a '''SPICE Directive''' is text placed onto the schematic that passes directly into the netlist.  It may be entered either as a single line or as a block of several lines of text.  Since ''ENTER'' closes the text edit box, a new line must be started by typing either ''ctrl-ENTER'' or ''ctrl-M''.   
  
The text edit box may be accessed either via the drop down menu item: '''Edit -> SPICE Directive''' or by pressing its [[LTspice Hot Keys|Hot Key]], if one is assigned ("'''S'''" is the default).  Also, the s
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The text edit box may be accessed either via the drop down menu item: '''Edit => SPICE Directive''' or by pressing its [[LTspice Hot Keys|Hot Key]], if one is assigned ("'''S'''" is the default).  Also, the [[Simulation Command]] SPICE Directive (drop down menu item: '''Simulate => Edit Simulation Cmd''') is a dedicated dialog box that may used to create this particular line of SPICE text.

Revision as of 21:28, 16 August 2009

In LTspice a SPICE Directive is text placed onto the schematic that passes directly into the netlist. It may be entered either as a single line or as a block of several lines of text. Since ENTER closes the text edit box, a new line must be started by typing either ctrl-ENTER or ctrl-M.

The text edit box may be accessed either via the drop down menu item: Edit => SPICE Directive or by pressing its Hot Key, if one is assigned ("S" is the default). Also, the Simulation Command SPICE Directive (drop down menu item: Simulate => Edit Simulation Cmd) is a dedicated dialog box that may used to create this particular line of SPICE text.