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Options, Document properties, Dimensions....then in the fractional display area choose the style you want.
The only way you can do it and keep it semi-automated is to write a macro to convert it to the style you are requesting.
In the API Help;
This method sets up a drawing sheet.
Syntax (OLE Automation)
retval = DrawingDoc.SetupSheet5 ( name, paperSize, templateIn, scale1, scale2, firstAngle, templateName, width, height, propertyViewName, RemoveModifiedNotes )
Name for the sheet
Size of paper if using swDwgTemplateNone as defined in swDwgPaperSizes_e
Template as defined in swDwgTemplates_e
So with this it should return the value for the scale numerator and the scale denominator so you could place that information on either side of backslash in your title block.
I agree with Troy,
I beleive there is something in the works for SW10.
Thanks Troy. We thought API was going to be the answer, but thought we'd rule out a more direct approach that may be hidden in some obscure corner. Thanks for going the extra mile to provide the code.
oops, sorry I read your question wrong