Setting Up and Using Drawing Titles and Title Blocks
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Architectural Production Software 2005

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Drawing titles

A drawing title is the information area for a drawing that is meant to be a part of a plot sheet along with other drawings.

Many people draw their drawings right on the sheet they plan to plot it from and just insert a title under the drawing (there is such a title available in the architectural symbols portion of the block library). These people probably will not need a drawing title. A drawing title is mainly for people who either XREF or insert (as a block) their drawings in to the sheet that they are going to plot it from. Lets show you an example for a detail:

The above drawing is an example of a detail that has been drawn with a drawing title. This particular drawing title uses a bounding box and title information in boxes at the bottom. You may have yours look any way you would like.

The detail above could then be XREF'ed into a sheet set up for plotting. Each detail is an individual drawing that can be used later in a detail library or in another project etc.

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Creating a drawing title

We are going to set up a generic version of the sheet title that was shown above under Drawing titles. Since this drawing title is going to be used with the DWGSETUP command we should create it full size (the size you would like it to measure on the sheet of paper when plotted).

Note: Rather than create a title from scratch you may also copy and/or modify a sample detail title that is located in the "Custom" folder. The sample file is called "SAMPLE-TITL-Detail.dwg".

 

The sheet title shown in the above detail is set up with the information shown in the image directly above. For this example we will be substituting some special attributes for some of the text so that they can be updated with the TB-UPDAT command. The 1"=1'-0" portion of the text indicating the scale will be replaced with the scale attribute, the filename, date and initials will also use these special attributes so that they may be automatically updated as well.

 

Construct the sheet title leaving the insertion of these special attributes until last. The title portion of the sheet title might look like the image above.

To insert the attributes we will use the TB-ATTSETUP command. Type TB-ATTSETUP at the command prompt and the following dialog will appear:

For this example we will start with the drawing's scale so we will press the "Scale" button from the above dialog. The following dialog appears:

Select the style, justification, width factor, and oblique angle desired for this attribute. For the scale attribute block in our example we will use the defaults and just press "OK".

Insert the scale attribute somewhere near the location it will end up and the main dialog for the TB-ATTSETUP command will reappear:

We will insert all of the attributes for the sheet title now and will format them once all the attributes are in the drawing. Select the "File Name" button and the following dialog will appear once again.

This time change the "Justification" to "Right" and press "OK".

 

Select a point somewhere near the location where it will go.

 

We need to also insert the "Date" and "Initials" attributes and they also need to be inserted right justified. Insert these two attributes the same way as the "File Name" one above. The attributes from the TB-ATTSETUP command come in on whatever layer is current so make sure the attributes are on the layer you use for your title blocks. If they are not, change them so they are.

 

Now that we have all of the attributes in the drawing we can move and format them as needed. If any of the attributes are the wrong size scale them or use the TXTEDT command to specify their height. Let's first move the scale attribute to it's location.

 

Now lets change it's color to green (use the "3" command).

 

Now lets move the other three attributes to their locations and scale them down slightly.

 

Oops...they are the wrong text style. We can use the TXTEDT command to help us out. Let's change the style to SIMPLEX and their color to 42 (change the color in the TXTEDT command or use the "42" command).

We now have a sheet title set up and ready to use with the DWGSETUP command. We recommend locating this file in the "Custom" folder

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Adding the drawing title to the DWGSETUP command

To add our new drawing title that we just created (in the example above under Creating a drawing title) to the DWGSETUP command press the toolbar button or type DWGSETUP at the command prompt. The following dialog will appear:

In the "Title Block" area make sure that "Insert" is selected and then press the "Customize..." button. The following dialog will appear:

We already have a detail set up in this command so we can either edit the current detail entry so that it will insert our new file or we can create another entry for our new detail. For this example we will add a new entry. Press the "Add" button and the following dialog will appear:

First enter the "Text to be displayed" in the box. This is what you will see in the main title block window when it is set to show the "insertion" titles and title blocks.

 

For this example let's enter "Detail 2          Title". We will add the "Title" so that it will remind us that this is a drawing title and not a title block. You may of course name this drawing title anything you like.

 

Now let's press the "Browse..." button and locate the detail drawing title that we just created. When everything is how you would like it press "OK"

 

The listing is added to the customization dialog. For more on customizing titles and title blocks used by the DWGSETUP command see Customizing the "Defined Title Blocks" list.

 

Press "OK" (give it a moment to find the title and title block files...) and the new detail drawing title will now appear in the "Defined Title Blocks" window whenever the DWGSETUP command is run.

To see how to insert this drawing title see the DWGSETUP command.

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Title blocks

The title block is the information area for the entire plotted sheet.

There are many ways to create a plot sheet with a title block. Some people set up a title block drawing for every scale that they use and create prototype drawings to use when starting each new drawing. Many insert the title block in paper or layout space and always bring it in full size (1:1) and rely on scaling drawings in the viewports. If you are happy with the way you create sheets for plotting then by all means stick to what works for you. We do however recommend that you at least look at the DWGSETUP and TB-UPDAT commands to see if there is something that they can do that will help you with setting up your drawings and keeping the information in the drawings accurate and current.

There are two ways to insert a title block: you may INSERT it or you may XREF it.

We recommend you INSERT drawing titles and XREF title blocks. XREF'ing your title block has one big advantage over INSERTing it. Should you find an error in the title block or need to make a change, fixing or changing one file will take care of all of the drawings in the set without having to open each one individually. Not all people like XREF'ing and so you also have the option of INSERTing the title block so that all of the title block information resides in each individual drawing.

We are going to set up a generic title block that will be inserted for us by the DWGSETUP command so we should create it full size (the exact size you would like it to measure on the sheet of paper when plotted). We will also be inserting several of the special attributes that will be updated by using the TB-UPDAT command. But before we can draw our title block we need to know how big we can make it before it starts getting cropped by the plotter.

Note: Rather than create a title block from scratch you may also copy and/or modify sample title block files that are located in the "Custom" folder. The sample files are called "SAMPLE-TBLK-24x36-both.dwg", "SAMPLE-TBLK-24x36-insert.dwg", and "SAMPLE-TBLK-24x36-xref.dwg". The "both" dwg has both the "insert" and "xref" information contained in it and is meant to be inserted. The "xref" and "insert" files are meant to be used when XREF'ing the title block so the "xref" file has all the lines and information that should be the same in all the drawings and the "insert" file has all the attributes and text that may need to change in each drawing.

 

Finding the "effective plotting area" for your plotter

When setting up a title block we have found it helpful to find out what the "effective plotting area" is for your plotter first and then draw the title block inside this area.

This "effective plotting area" size is also a good place to start when figuring the sheet size values to be configured in to the "Predefined Sizes" portion of the DWGSETUP command for the sheet size being used (see changing the predefined size list). These values may need to be adjusted slightly depending on your plotter model and configuration.

While there are many ways to find the "effective plotting area" we will briefly explain two.

Use the effective plotting area value shown in the plot dialog
Once your printers and plotters are set up in AutoCAD the effective plotting area is shown in the plot dialog for the plot device and sheet size selected.

The "Printable area:" value (35.50 x 22.50 inches) is the maximum size that you can make the border of your title block. When constructing a new title block file start by creating a rectangle the size shown as the "Printable area:" and then fit your title block inside this rectangle.

Trial and error method
If the above method does not work for you there is another method that is a little less "elegant" but usually just as successful.

Create a rectangle the size of the sheet of paper. For this example we will use 36"x24" and place the bottom left corner at the origin (0.0, 0.0, 0.0).

Then type some text without spaces (we typed the alphabet) and place it similar to what is shown in the image above.

Plot the drawing using the following settings:

  • Plot it with a scale of 1:1 (full size).
  • For the "Plot area" press the "window" button and when asked to select the window "Pick" (use object snaps these need to be accurate) the bottom left corner of the rectangle for the first point and the top right corner of the rectangle for the second point.
  • Do NOT check the "Center the plot" box (AutoCAD 2000 and later)
  • The remainder of the settings should be set to the way you would like to normally have them when plotting.

When the sheet is plotted you will be able to see where your plotter's plotting limits are.

 

  

Typically the bottom left corner of the rectangle is shifted to the plotter's "origin" point (the bottom left most point that the plotter can plot) so the left and bottom lines of the rectangle plot as shown above. This means that those lines can be used as the bottom and left extents of the "effective plotting area".

  

When we look at the text at the top of the sheet we see that the top of the rectangle is not there and that the text is chopped off in the middle of the "G". This shows us the upper limits of our plot area. Zoom in on the text at the top of the rectangle and draw a line where the text was cut off in the plot.

 

   

Now lets do the same for the text at the right side of the rectangle.

 

The rectangle should look similar to this when you zoom back out.

 

Now extend the lines till they intersect the the rectangle and cross each other as shown.

 

Trim the original rectangle and fillet the lines as needed to create a new rectangle. You may also erase the text. This is the rectangle that represents the "effective plotting area" for your title block. In other words anything inside this rectangle will plot and anything outside it will get cut off.

You are now ready to construct your new title block inside this rectangle.

Regardless of which method you use there is a chance that a little tweaking may need to be done to get it to plot just the way you like it. Centering the title block in the sheet of paper, and adjusting the size slightly to allow the plotter to cut the sheet at the correct length are some of the more common adjustments but the list is long.

 

Constructing the title block

Once we have found the "effective plotting area" (represented above with the yellow centerline) we can construct our title block inside it. For more on how to find the "effective plotting area see above.

There are way too many issues both aesthetic and functional than can be discussed here so we will not show you how to construct the majority of the title block. What we will show you is how to insert some special attributes so that they can be updated with the TB-UPDAT command.

 

Let's start at the bottom right area of the title block. We would like the information shown in red above to be replaced with some of the attributes for the TB-UPDAT command so it will update this information for us. If you are "converting" an existing title block the text for these items may already be in your title block so you will be replacing them with the attributes for the TB-UPDAT command. If you are creating your title block from scratch the items in red above may not be there yet. Either way we will insert the attributes the same way.

 

  

If you are "converting" an existing title block draw some lines from the insertion point of the text so that you may insert the attributes in the exact same location as the existing text. Once you have the "placeholder" lines in place you may erase the old text. If you are constructing the title block from scratch locate the insertion points and draw lines similar to those "converting" the title block so that you may insert the attributes easily.

To insert the attributes for the TB-UPDAT command we will be using the TB-ATTSETUP command. Type TB-ATTSETUP at the command prompt and the following dialog will appear:

We will start with the project number so we would press the "Project Number" button from the above dialog. The following dialog appears:

Since the text we are using is centered between the lines above and below it and should be right justified we will be using the middle right justification. Otherwise the default values in the above dialog are correct. Press OK and the dialog will close.

 

For the insertion point for our first attribute we will select the endpoint of our "placeholder" line as shown above.

 

The attribute for the project number is inserted and the main dialog for the  TB-ATTSETUP command will reappear:

Insert the "File Name", "Date", and "Initials" as you did the "Project Number" above so that you title block looks something like the image above. The last attribute to insert for this portion of the title block is the sheet number. Insert it the same as the others except instead of using "Middle Right" justification we will use just "Middle".

 

When done, this portion of your title block should look similar to the image above. The attributes from the TB-ATTSETUP command come in on whatever layer is current so make sure the attributes are on the layer you use for your title blocks. If they are not change them so they are. Now it is time to format the attributes so they look right in the title block.

We will use the TXTEDT command to do this. Press the button or type TE or TXTEDT at the command prompt.

We will start with the project number attribute. Select the project number attribute and the following dialog will appear:

We would like to match the size of the text to the left of the attribute so we will enter the appropriate size in the "Height" box (if you do not know the size of the other text first select the text to the left of the attribute using the TXTEDT command and when the dialog appears it's height will be shown in the "Height" box. Cancel the dialog and then use the TXTEDT command on the attribute). The other thing that we would like to change is the color. In this example the attribute should be color "151" so select the color swatch and change the color (for more on how to change the color see How to select colors).

Note: With all of the attributes the text value does not matter at this point because the TB-UPDAT command will update them once the title block has been inserted in the drawing. It is important however that you allow enough space for common values that the TB-UPDAT command may change the attributes to. We recommend changing the attribute's text value to the longest value that you think it may ever get and then position it accordingly.

 

Once all of the values are to your liking press "OK" and the attribute will be updated.

 

Correct the filename, date, and initials in the same fashion. As you may notice with the filename attribute the value is too wide and will not fit in the space provided. We have two choices either make the title block wider or make the attribute for filename narrower. We will make the attribute narrower. Use AutoCAD's DDMODIFY command to change the width factor of the attribute.

 

Now we will change the sheet number attribute. We will once again use the TXTEDT command and this time we will change not only the size and color but also the text style as well.

 

  

Now this portion of the title block is finished. You may erase the "place holder" lines and this portion of the title block is ready to go.

 

There are only two more attributes to insert and they all reside in the "binding" area of the title block down in the lower left corner.

 

  

Create the "placeholder" lines from the insertion points of the two attributes or locate where you would like the insertion points to be so they can be selected easily

 

     

Use the TB-ATTSETUP command once more and insert the "Border Date" and "Border Time" attributes. Rotate and move them so that they are located the way you would like them. Scale them if the size is not correct. Finally use the TXTEDT command to change any of the properties that you would like. We changed the style and color above.

 

  

You may remove the rectangle from around the title block (make sure that you have a copy of it saved somewhere so you may make other title blocks as needed later) and you are left with a generic title block that the DWGSETUP command can insert at any scale desired. We recommend locating this file in the "Custom" folder

but put it wherever your standard drawing title and title blocks are located.

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Creating title blocks to use when XREF'ing

To XREF a title block two drawings are required. One contains all of the information that should be the same in every sheet. This is the file that will be XREF'ed. The other contains the information that will be unique or will change in every sheet. This file is inserted. To create these two files we first start with the complete title block (see above for Constructing the title block).

Then we use AutoCAD's WBLOCK command to create files with just the appropriate information. Let's first create the file that contains the information that needs to change in each drawing. This typically is objects like the attributes that are updated by the TB-UPDAT command and any other objects (north arrows etc) and text (drawing titles etc.) that may need to change depending on the drawing. They are shown in our example title block above in yellow.

Type WBLOCK at the command prompt. You will see a dialog that looks similar to one of the following:

Release 2000 and later

Release 14

Release 13

Enter the name for this portion of the title block file. One convention that we like to use is to add the letter "I" (for insert) to the end of the standard title block name to designate it as the file that contains the information to be inserted. You may name it whatever you like.

We recommend locating this file in the "Custom" folder

but put it wherever your standard drawing title and title blocks are located.

Release 13    Press OK. Press <Enter> when prompted for a block name and enter 0,0,0 when prompted for an insertion point.

Release 14    Press "Save". Press <Enter> when prompted for a block name and enter 0,0,0 when prompted for an insertion point.

Release 2000 and later    Verify that the source is "Objects", check the "Delete from drawing" option and verify that the base point is X=0" Y=0" and Z=0". Then press the "Select objects" button.

Now we can select the objects for the block. As described above this includes anything that needs to change in each drawing (in our example the objects in yellow).

 

Once these objects have been selected press <Enter> and the objects selected will disappear (in AutoCAD release 2000 and later the dialog will reappear and you should press "OK"). Now all that is left is the information that should be the same in all of the sheets.

We will once again use AutoCAD's WBLOCK command to create the file that is to be XREF'ed. Type WBLOCK at the command prompt.

Enter the name for this portion of the title block file. The convention that we like to use adds the letter "X" (for XREF) to the end of the standard title block name for this file to designate it as the file that contains the information to be XREFerenced. You may name it whatever you like.

We recommend also locating this file in the "Custom" folder but at least put it the same location as the first file created so they will be together.

Release 13    Press OK. Press <Enter> when prompted for a block name and enter 0,0,0 when prompted for an insertion point.

Release 14    Press "Save". Press <Enter> when prompted for a block name and enter 0,0,0 when prompted for an insertion point.

Release 2000 and later    Verify that the source is "Objects", check the "Delete from drawing" option and verify that the base point is X=0" Y=0" and Z=0". Then press the "Select objects" button.

Now we can select the objects for the block. This time we select everything that is in the drawing (all of the items that go in the other file should be gone).

Once all the objects have been selected press <Enter> and they will disappear (in AutoCAD release 2000 and later the dialog will reappear and you should press "OK"). Now the drawing should be blank. To get our standard title block back (in case you should want to insert it) either do NOT save your changes or use AutoCAD's UNDO command and go back until all of the objects reappear.

Now both the insertion and XREF files have been created for use with the DWGSETUP command.

 

 

Adding the title block to the DWGSETUP command

So far we have created a title block to insert (see Constructing the title block) and also one (consisting of two files) to XREF (see Creating title blocks to use when XREF'ing). Now let's add them to the DWGSETUP command. We will start with the title block to insert and then the one to XREF.

 

Adding a title block to INSERT to the DWGSETUP command

To add our new title block that we just created (in the example above under Constructing the title block) to the DWGSETUP command press the toolbar button or type DWGSETUP at the command prompt. The following dialog will appear:

In the "Title Block" area make sure that "Insert" is selected and then press the "Customize..." button. The following dialog will appear:

We already have a 24"x36" title block set up in this command so we can either edit the existing entry so that it will insert our new file or we can create another entry for our new title block. For this example we will add a new entry. Press the "Add" button and the following dialog will appear:

First enter the "Text to be displayed" in the box. This is what you will see in the main title block window when it is set to show the "insertion" titles and title blocks.

 

For this example let's enter "24x36 Std Arch 2         Plot Sheet". We will add the "Plot Sheet" so that it will remind us that this is a title block and not just a drawing title. You may of course call this title block entry anything you like.

 

Now let's press the "Browse..." button and locate the title block file drawing title that we created. When everything is how you would like it press "OK"

 

The listing is added to the customization dialog.

 

Now let's move the listing up to be under the other title block. First select our new entry and then press the "Move UP" button until our new entry is just below the existing title block.

 

Looks great!

For more on customizing titles and title blocks used by the DWGSETUP command see Customizing the "Defined Title Blocks" list.

 

Press "OK" (give it a moment to find the title and title block files...) and the new title block will now appear in the "Defined Title Blocks" window whenever the DWGSETUP command is run.

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Adding a title block to XREF to the DWGSETUP command

To add our new XREF title block files that we just created (in the example above under Creating title blocks to use when XREF'ing) to the DWGSETUP command press the toolbar button or type DWGSETUP at the command prompt. The following dialog will appear:

In the "Title Block" area make sure that "XRef" is selected and then press the "Customize..." button. The following dialog will appear:

We currently don't have any entries for XREF'ed title blocks so let's add one. Press the "Add" button and the following dialog will appear:

First enter the "Text to be displayed" in the box. This is what you will see in the main title block window when it is set to show the "XREF" titles and title blocks.

 

For this example let's enter "24 x 36 Std Arch". You may of course call this title block entry anything you like.

 

Now let's press the "Browse..." buttons and locate the title block files that we created above under Creating title blocks to use when XREF'ing. When everything is how you would like it press "OK"

 

The listing is added to the customization dialog. For more on customizing titles and title blocks used by the DWGSETUP command see Customizing the "Defined Title Blocks" list.

 

Press "OK" (give it a moment to find the title and title block files...) and the new title block will now appear in the "Defined Title Blocks" window whenever the DWGSETUP command is run and XRef is selected.

Typically you would not XREF a generic titleblock. It really doesn't make much sense. However what this does do is allow job specific title blocks to be created using this title block. See below under Creating job specific titleblocks.

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Creating job specific titleblocks

Creating a job specific title block is really a simple thing. It can be done for both title blocks that are inserted and for title blocks that will be XREF'ed.

Make a copy of the generic title block file(s) and place the copies in your job folder. Then rename the copied title block file(s) adding the job number to the beginning of the filename adding a dash to separate it from the generic title block name.

That's it! For a little more detail lets look at an example:

We will be creating a job specific title block that we would like to XREF into our drawings. The project number is 2003-004 and the project folder is on the X: drive and the path looks like this:

For this example file management scheme the "Dwgs" folder contains all of the plot sheets and the title block drawings so this is where we should copy the generic title block drawing.

Let's start in the "Custom" folder (or wherever you store your generic title blocks).

Since we will be XREF'ing the title blocks in our example project we will select the two files that we created for the 24"x36" title block (see Creating title blocks to use when XREF'ing, we changed the filenames for this example) Highlight the two files that make up the title block and then right click on them.

Select "Copy". Now locate the job folder on the X: drive and select the "Dwgs" folder on the left side.

 

The contents of the "Dwgs" folder will appear on the right side.  Right click on a blank spot on the right side and select "Paste".

 

The two files will appear in the folder.

 

Right click on the first file we copied here and select "Rename".

 

Click the cursor at the beginning of the filename.

 

Now type the project number followed by a "-" (dash). Then press <Enter>.

 

Do the same for the second file.

 

If you have several types or sizes of title block you may repeat the process for as many as you like. Now you may open the files to be XREF'ed (the "X" files) and modify them for this specific job adding client and project information.

If the generic title block versions of these title blocks show up in the DWGSETUP command then when working on a drawing from the 2003-004 project these job specific title blocks will also show up (see Adding a title block to XREF to the DWGSETUP command, Adding a title block to INSERT to the DWGSETUP command, and also see How a job specific title block file is located)

For setting up a drawing with a job specific XREF title block see XREF'ing job specific title blocks.

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Inserting drawing titles and title blocks

Drawing titles and title blocks are both inserted the same way, it is just a matter of which you select to insert.

In the "Creating a drawing title" section above we created a title for a detail and in the Adding the drawing title to the DWGSETUP command section above we added this drawing title to the DWGSETUP command. Now let's set up a drawing using this drawing title.

Press the toolbar button or type in DWGSETUP at the command prompt and the following dialog appears:

First select the scale that you would like from the "Predefined Scales" window. When the scale is selected the scale factor will be shown in the box at the top. Should you require a scale not shown you may manually enter the scale factor in the box at the top. See How to calculate a scale factor. The DIMSCALE and LTSCALE AutoCAD system variables will be set to this value so that dimensions and linetypes will be scaled correctly. 

If you would like to change the predefined scales list, press the button.

 

Select one of the predefined sheet sizes from the "Predefined sizes" list. If the size you need is not shown you may enter the size in the "X" and "Y" boxes at the top.

If you would like to change the predefined size list, press the button.

Note: These sizes are for a full size drawing (1:1). The actual sheet size will be scaled by the scale factor entered in the "Scale" box to the left.

 

Finally select the drawing title that we created and press "OK".

 

The DWGSETUP command will set the DIMSCALE system variable, the LTSCALE system variable, set the limits, zoom "ALL" to include all of the drawing in the screen area, and INSERT/XREF a title block (if selected).

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XREF'ing job specific title blocks

We created the title block (see Constructing the title block), we separated the title block in to a file to insert and a file to XREF (see Creating title blocks to use when XREF'ing), we added the title block to the DWGSETUP command (see Adding a title block to XREF to the DWGSETUP command), and finally we copied the generic title block files we created to our job folder and modified them with the job's information (see Creating job specific titleblocks).

Now we are ready to create a plot sheet in our job folder using our job specific title block.

Press the toolbar button or type in DWGSETUP at the command prompt and the following dialog appears:

First select the scale that you would like from the "Predefined Scales" window. When the scale is selected the scale factor will be shown in the box at the top. Should you require a scale not shown you may manually enter the scale factor in the box at the top. See How to calculate a scale factor. The DIMSCALE and LTSCALE AutoCAD system variables will be set to this value so that dimensions and linetypes will be scaled correctly. 

If you would like to change the predefined scales list, press the button.

 

Select one of the predefined sheet sizes from the "Predefined sizes" list. If the size you need is not shown you may enter the size in the "X" and "Y" boxes at the top. For this example we will be setting up a 24"x36" sheet so we selected "24x36".

If you would like to change the predefined size list, press the button.

Note: These sizes are for a full size drawing (1:1). The actual sheet size will be scaled by the scale factor entered in the "Scale" box to the left.

 

Select "XRef" in the "Title Block" area (if it isn't already). In this example we have set up three title block sizes for XREF'ing. Since we also copied these three title blocks to our "2003-004" job folder and added the job number to their filename they appear in the "Defined Title Blocks" window under "Job Specific Title Blocks:" as shown above.

We would like to XREF in the title block that has been set up for the job we are working on so we will select the "2003-004 24 x 36 Std Arch" title block and press "OK".

The DWGSETUP command then sets the DIMSCALE system variable, the LTSCALE system variable, sets the limits, zooms "ALL" to include all of the drawing in the screen area, and INSERTs/XREF's the title block.

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