Hi,Have a look here.
Hi MrChips,If you want text printed on the PCB you place the text on the board layout, not the schematic.
Hello Ronsimpson.You could make a component that has a schematic and a PCB symbol. The PCB foot print is "pinkyponky". That might be hard so another option is to make a blank foot print and make its vault="my name". Not 0.1uF 25V but put your text in as a value. Another option is to have the value of a mounting hole = my name. Then more the text to where you want it.
As every one said this should be done in silkscreen (or copper) using the "text" command. Don't make a strange component.
In that case, sorry, we don’t have the answer that you are seeking.Hi MrChips,
Yes, I knew this. But, we need to be defined the layer in the schematic and also to be defined that where the text need to be either on top side or bottom side of the PCB. So, that's why I'm asking.. I think now its clear to you what am I asking for?.
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