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Add Sheet using a Drawing Template, not a Sheet Format

Question asked by Ryan Foss on Aug 11, 2015
Latest reply on Jan 16, 2020 by Thomas Gaber

I want to add a sheet in a multi-page drawing, but I don't want to do it by inserting sheet format. It would be great if I could use what I have created as my extra sheet Drawing Template. The reason for this is that I want sheet 2...n to use it's own custom property callouts from the property tab builder pane, and not the ones that were inherent to sheet 1. I also have stuff that can't live in a sheet format that I want to come up automatically, such as a table. We have very limited data on our extra sheets, and generally avoid multi-page drawings, but for certain types of parts, we always have a sheet two (for example sheet metal has PEMS and flat patterns, pad printed plastics have graphic info, etc...). I have made it so no one ever needs to go in and edit a sheet format, and it is all driven from the property tab builder. Does anyone know if this is possible?