We return again with the layout, but now is part of the final finishing.
First let's get the texts at silk screen (OSH), with the Text Tool selected, we should remove the unnecessary names and adopt a pattern of provision, for example only to the right and upon, except a few exceptions in that you cannot place in appropriate niches.
Now let's add a fill layer copper, associated with the mesh of the Earth, to provide protection in case there is something in short this is grounded, in addition it also serves to filter out possible noise. So with Obstacle Tool make a rectangle on the entire plate and click on the edge by selecting New in Obstacle Type select Copper pour, in Width and Clearance put 0.5 and Net Attachment select 0 (GND), click OK.
The program will render the fill and superimpose all land lines, connecting the pads by small filaments only. Then the appearance of the layout should be this:
In the next post, we'll show you how to generate and view the gerber of our layout to the design of the clock with the MSP430-F2013.