How Do I Use Files From EWB 5, Ulticap 5 and Ultiboard 5 in Later Versions of Multisim and Ultiboard?

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Primary Software:
Primary Software Version: 10.0.1
Primary Software Fixed Version: N/A
Secondary Software: Electronics Workbench>>Ulticap

Problem:
I would like to take files from EWB 5, Ulticap 5 and Ultiboard 5 and open them in later versions of Multisim or Ultiboard. How can I do this?

Solution:
Opening legacy files in newer versions has been supported over the years by Electronics Workbench and National Instruments.

Here are a couple of guidelines you can follow to understand how to open legacy files:
  • EWB 5 files in the .ewb format can be opened directly with Multicap and Multisim versions prior to 12.0.  See the Related Links section for more information on opening EWB 5 files in Multisim 12.0. 
  • Ulticap 5 (schematic capture) files in the .utsch format can be opened directly with Multisim and Multicap. Older files created in the MS-DOS® .sch format have to be opened first in Ulticap 5 and saved in the newer data format .utsch. Then you can open them in newer versions.
  • Ultiboard 4 & 5 files in the design .ddf format and libraries .l55 format can be opened directly in Ultiboard. Older files created in the MS-DOS® have to be opened first in Ultiboard 5 and saved in one of the supported formats.
     
Note: Ulticap and Ultiboard 5 were packages made by a company called Ultimate Technologies®. Interactive Image Technologies® -the creators of Electronics Workbench- acquired those products to convert them into Ultiboard and Multicap. National Instruments worked towards integrating all products into two major applications, Multisim and Ultiboard.

Related Links:


Product page: NI Multisim and NI Ultiboard Upgrade

KnowledgeBase 6984BI6Z: How Do I Open EWB 5 Files in Multisim 12.0?



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Report Date: 03/15/2006
Last Updated: 05/13/2013
Document ID: 3VE33VTS

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