Saved sheets don't save title info. in Wishlist - Feature and Content Requests Posted September 22, 2001 Robert - There's a lot of ways to answer your question, but here's a rough description for the "top two". 1. Easiest method first (but it requires you have Architect installed versus just the VectorWorks foundation) Use the Set-Up Assistant to create your initial document. S.A. creates a Titleblock for each of your saved sheets and when you run the Issue Manager, it updates each of those titleblocks not only for the Sheet Number and Description but also a whole variety of other data that may vary by sheet. Changing the view to a different saved sheet works great because only the appropriate Titleblock will always be visible. 2. Alternate method can be used with VW or VWA. Create a "Titleblock" record format in the resource palette with fields for any text category that may change by Sheet (i.e. Sheet Number, Sheet Description, etc.) Then go to your existing Titleblock symbol and select (one at a time) each text block that fits into the category of the fields you just created. Select the menu command "Link Text..." and select the record format and field you want that text to get it's info from.After you've done that for each field, exit the symbol. If you do not already have a seperate layer created for each of your "Saved Sheets", you'll need to do that now and place a copy of this symbol on each of those Sheets. To make the titleblock data appropriate, Select this symbol on a sheet and via the "Data" pane of the info palette, you can enter the info specific to that sheet. Repeat for each of the placed symbols. Hope that helps. ------------------ Leslie Sigal Javorek (president) ELLIS JAY Inc.