Create a new standard drawing file from menu options Opening a Drawing Sheet
Adjusting the Sheet Size A default C-size sheet should appear
Change sheet size to A (8.5 in. x 11in.) The title block will indicate the letter A if the sheet has been properly resized Adjusting the Sheet Size
Delete the Existing Title Block Erase ANSI title block –Right click ANSI – Large then left click delete
Define a New Title Block. A sketch environment will appear Use the rectangle, line, and dimension sketch tools to create the image below. Placement is not important Creating a New Title Block
The lower left box will contain a logo which can be replaced later Insert graphic into the box and resize as needed Inserting a Logo
Adding Text to the Title Block Use text sketch tool to create information titles in the remaining boxes
Use the text sketch tool again to create Property Model entries for the Drawing Name and Date. This information will be extracted from the solid model part file. Adding Property Fields
Use the text sketch tool again to create Prompted- Entry fields in the remaining title block boxes. Each will say. This information will be inserted by the drawer for each different drawing. Adding Text Prompts
Modify Text Prompts Edit each of the statements, and type the following statements as replacements.
The custom title block is now complete. Save the title block using the right-click function. Call it PLTW Title Block. The title block will disappear, but it has been saved in the Drawing Resources under Title Blocks, which is found in the Browser Bar. Saving the Title Block
To insert your new title block, right click on PLTW Title Block in the Browser Bar and select Insert. Type the required information into the dialog box that appears. Inserting the New Title Block
Note that the Drawing Name and Date are missing. This information be automatically entered when a model view is placed into the drawing.