OK fixed up the hole size problem (I think you were wise to accept the offer to fix it up, the hole size fix is relatively easy for me with a text editor and knowing what I needed to do, not so easy for someone new to parts making). This is still probably somewhat wrong In the board outlines and mounting hole placement but the pads in both breadboard and pcb should now be correct and the holes in pcb are sized to accept .1 inch square posts (the original is likely for swiss type ic pins which his board may have had, or they could have been just plain wrong since he seems to have abandoned Fritzing as too frustrating ). I'd need the xy coordinates of the center of the mounting holes and the distance from the edge of the board and the radius of the holes to do better, although this with the corrected pins may do what you need. You can see the pin spacing against the grids in breadboard and pcb (currently 1.1 inch) to verify that they match the board you have (a piece of .1 inch perfboard and count the holes is probably the easiest way to verify or place the real board on a real breadboard and compare how it looks in Fritzing breadboard.) If you see problems post and I'll try and fix them. If you want to try making parts, post questions a number of us will answer (we need more people making parts ).
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