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I think dspurell you want this: Component Management in CircuitStudio | Online Documentation for Altium Products . This can create a library of components for use in a project.
Schematic component definitions (composed of a symbol, model links, parameters. etc.,) are collectively stored in a Schematic Library file (
*.SchLib) that can be loaded in CircuitStudio. PCB model definitions are similarly stored in a PCB Library (
*.PcbLib), where its constituent models are linked to by the symbol (component) definitions in a Schematic Library.
In CircuitStudio, individual schematic and PCB library files can be used in a several ways depending upon requirements:
- Library files can be added to a design project, where they will be available for use whenever the project is loaded.
- Libraries can be stored separately then installed in CircuitStudio as permanently available libraries.
- Schematic and PCB library files can be added to a Library Package project, which can be compiled to create a single Sch/Pcb Integrated Library file. See below for more information.
In all cases, the central point for accessing and installing Schematic and PCB libraries is via the Libraries panel – select View |System | Libraries. The panel provides a list of components (symbols/models) in the currently selected library, including a preview of each component entry’s symbol and/or footprint.
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dspurell, not sure if this is what you need. Anyways, please have a look in these threads: