You can use the design table for the sketch block but design table/configurations would be lost when you add the block to library. So your best option would be to create the block configurations using design table, split them into various files and add them to design library.
May I ask why you're thinking of using blocks in your design library? Someone may have an alternate workflow that would accomplish your goal.
I have a basic sketch, its basically an I.D. hole for my nose end of a future part down the road. It has different depths and undercut dimensions. All I can do is save that particular sketch as a block. It does not save my design table within it like a normal saved part would. Unless I save it as a part which defeats my purpose of inserting as a block it into a part. At this point I have 7 different configurations of this hole and I have to save each individual sketch as a block on its own as its own. This would save me a dozen steps if I could insert block, but it doesn't look like there is even an option for that. I don't know what you mean by split them into various files when I only get really two options. 1. Save as block, 2. Save part.
I am not trying to use a design library at all as my headline stated, My blocks I have created in the past are not in the library I have my own folder where I access and save my items. I never used one don't know how it works, Ill figure it out another day. So please, as my question stated Not the design library, two different things. Ive done one semester and learned the absolute basics on this,been using solidworks for almost 2 years now
I just want to know if its it possible and I don't think it is.