LED DNP on a schematic: what does it mean?

I know I am probably going to feel like an idiot with the answer, but I can't seem to find one online anywhere.

I'm looking to make this circuit but have no idea what DNP stands for.

Thanks in advance!

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kelseymh4 years ago
Type "DNP" into Wikipedia, and it gives you the answer Frollard provided, right there on the disambiguation page.
"Do Not Place", a term used in Printed circuit board design to denote the omitting of a component
DoctorWoo (author)  kelseymh4 years ago
I stand by my "going to feel like an idiot with the answer" comment.
Context is everything WHAT circuit ????
DoctorWoo (author)  steveastrouk4 years ago
Sorry, the link didn't post:
http://www.sparkfun.com/datasheets/Prototyping/Batteries/LiPo-USB-Charger-v21(2).pdf
One LED is mounted on the board, the other is on a socket, so you can put it somewhere else.
'do not populate'?
Good one. That fits, or rather doesn't......