Every time I make a drawing I use the A3 size because it has the biggest title block. It's still too small. I always have to use the scale entities command and edit all the font sizes just so someone with normal vision can read it.
Create new templates after you scale everything.
I don't think you should scale your title block to different paper size. The title block should be same for all paper size
I really value consistency across drawings, so in that regard I agree with you. When things become unworkable however, I see no reason to stick to this assumption to keep everything the same size.
Just depend how to print the dwg on a hard copy
It's true that, if you create a dwg on E size and print it on a 11x8 paper size, then the title block looks ridiculous small
However, if your company has printers which can print any size of paper, then the title block should be remain unchanged per ANSI standard or ISO
Since my company uses only 11x17 -size for hard copy so we only use B-size for all of our dwg
Once you get the title block like you want, save the sheet format so you don't have to do it again. See #2 at Frequently Asked Forum Questions for more information.
Setup one Title block how you need it on an A size drawing and then save the drawing template and also do a save as Drawing Format. Then you can select the entire title block and turn it into a drawing "Block" save it. Then open the "New" template, change the paper size to B and delete the title block and add the "New" Block move it to the proper place in the drawing and explode the block and make sure all your custom property notes etc remain, if not the re-do the notes, then save the template and format. Repeat till you have all the sizes you want.
It takes a little time, but it's really nice once you have it setup..
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