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Dia, an open source alternative to Visio, supports exporting to the EPS format. It has libraries for circuit diagrams too.
I simply installed a PostScript printer attached to FILE:. That way you get export functionality to PostScript for free in every application that can print. You lack EPS then, though as the bounding box comment is missing. Furthermore, LaTeX can include PDF files without problems (when using pdflatex, at least).
LTSpice from Linear Technology for simulation. KiCad for PCB
Multisim from National Instruments.
You can try the following two links. Electronics Lab OrCAD If you want to try for "PIC uC" micro controllers specially, you can get useful software from MicroChip, and also ask in their wiki. I've some useful software but you will need more time & value to pay for these. So I don't share. But "ORCAD" is not bad for normal users for schematic ...
Try qucs: Qucs is an integrated circuit simulator which means you are able to setup a circuit with a graphical user interface (GUI) and simulate the large-signal, small-signal and noise behaviour of the circuit. After that simulation has finished you can view the simulation results on a presentation page or window.
With your model open (this is required, as the navigation menus are context-aware), choose either "Synchronize Model" or "Synchronize with Any Source" under "Database".
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