I am using 2013 version and I can't do check boxes with titleblocks.
Why don't you try this...
Have "PRODUCTION STAGE" with an text box at the right. Link that textbox to the radio button values.
I have not been able to figure out how to do what you're looking for. I wanted the same thing for Inch/MM on drawings. I ended up using check boxes instead, with an "X" as the value. It isn't as nice as a radio button because you can select more than one, but it works.
Here is the text that is in my drawing:
ALL DIMENSIONS ARE: <border type=4 size=0> $PRPSHEET:"Inch" </border> INCH <border type=4 size=0>$PRPSHEET:"MM" </border> MILLIMETER
Here is what it looks like:
Hope this helps.
Thank you for the replies,
I ended up doing what Chris suggested, using checkboxes.
Venkatesh, I appreciate your video it was insightful however it wasnt exactly what I wanted it to do.
I created something like this for a client once. I took the statement "ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN ", PRPSHEET(DIMFORMAT) or something very close to that. It updated the title block note and changed the tolerance values to the Metric equivalents as well. I suppose a macro could have read a dimension or setting and set this automatically.