As it stands now when I use $PRPSHEET each part gets named the same as the drawing file, Bends, which is not what I am going for. I would like the annotation box to load the name of the part whose drawing views are on that respective sheet.
When linking the custom property to the text box, select the following dialog options.
After selecting the "Selected component..." option, click the part in a drawing view that you want to use for the custom properties. Then select the property from the drop down as shown below.
This is showing the assembly file description followed by the part file description.
I linked the properties on my Sheet Format Template to the model in view on each sheet. The model properties are taken from the model relevant to the first view you insert in the sheet.
To create the link the first time, you have to create a view. Then edit Sheet Format and add a note linked to property
The properties of the model appear on the drop-down menu.
We actually use a custom property in our models to do this since we don't always save the model as an actual part number. If you want it to be the part file name make a custom property in your part and use $PRP:"SW-File Name"
Once you have the custom property in the part file then add it to your drawing formats.