Yes, just sketch the whole thing. Use dimensions or snap to grid. I've had trouble with printing a bitmap logo, so I sketched that too.
This might require a few back and forths but I am willing to help you along the way.
I started at my new job about 8 months ago and prior to that I was in charge of developing
and maintaining the formats. I have assemed the same in this new job as well.
I would start by creating your formats using lines and text per ASME Y14.1-2005. This is the
way I started.
Remember in drawing mode you have 2 different modes: "Edit Sheet Format" and "Edit Sheet"
"Edit Sheet Format" contains all of your border lines, grid text, title block lines and text. I would suggest
with each drawing created using this format that the drawing notes go on the level as well or they could
attach themselves to a view and get dragged around the drawing sas the view moves.
"Edit Sheet" will contain all of your views, dimensions and tables.
Once you get to this point (and I hope this helps you), you can then implement custom properties
into your title block so you have a drawing that is auto populated.
Let me know if you would like help with that as well.
One more thing. You are going to want to save this obviously.
Make sure you save it as a template (.slddrt)
Once you have the template to the point of using it go to "File-Save Sheet Format"
This will give you a ".drwdot"
What this allows to happen is once you have your format pathing set up through system tools under options,
is when you start a new drawing, your formats to show up to be selected.
Hope this makes sense.