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By futrtrubl
#30231
In the symbol editor create pins for each, then move one so it is on top of the other. Then when you use it in the schematic editor connect your net to the pin as normal, then use the move tool to move the part to the same position (ie don't move it) so that the stacked pins connect to the same net.

Edward
By NleahciM
#30235
futrtrubl wrote:In the symbol editor create pins for each, then move one so it is on top of the other. Then when you use it in the schematic editor connect your net to the pin as normal, then use the move tool to move the part to the same position (ie don't move it) so that the stacked pins connect to the same net.

Edward
Yup - exactly. For clarity's sake I normally just draw two separate pins right next to each other, but your way will make it look nicer.

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