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The red button starts the simulation. You can assume that it is used to turn the power on.

 

Click on the component in order to use them in the board.

 

You remove all the electronics by clicking on the X button or Clear board.

 

In current direction you have the option to choose from conventional current (from positive to negative terminal), electron flow (from negative to positive terminal) and hide current (does not shows the flow of current).

 

When you select and move the components using your mouse pointer, you can rotate those components by placing them on the vertical line which appears when you select the component. If you do not want to flip the components while moving them, you can uncheck the Snap Rotation option in the above menu. You can also rotate as well as flip most of the components from their properties, which you can see by clicking on the gear icon for the particular components.

You can remove the particular component from the board by selecting them and then either click on the delete button in the menu or you can press the delete button on your keyboard.

 

Beside the delete button you will find the undo as well as redo button which can either take you to the previous step or will take you to the next step which you took undo from.

 

There are number of colors you can select the board to appear on.

 

You can learn learn that how to use our lab and its components for free.

 

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