I am using SW2010 with SP4.
We are cleaning up and reworking our drawing templates. Our templates do not follow a specific standard - although we strive for consistency.
Our current title block border shows the grid nomenclature - alpha on the vertical and numeric on the horizontal. Each page of multi-page drawings uses the same border and grid identifiers.
We have some legacy drawings that take a slightly different approach. The numeric grid identifiers are two digit with the first digit matching the page number - sort of. A sampling shows page 1 does not use the page number digit in the grid. Pages 2 thru 9 use numbers 2-9. Pages 11-19 seem to reuse digits 1-9.
My questions are: is there a standard for this? Is it a best practice in today's world? The benefits seem to be in noting references on other pages or filling in the affected zone in the rev table - i.e, C27 would be at C7 on page 2 without specifically having to call out "page 2." Not sure how they handled it if it was C27 meaning page 12?
Seems straight forward enough to append the SW page number variable into the border text. I can't imagine we would have a drawing over 9 pages befor breaking it into seperate drawings.
This is more of a curiosity than anything. Looking forward to your thoughts on if this is a value added pursuit.