I have made a sheet set that I use, BUT when I add a sheet or save an existing sheet with a new name and edit the fields thru the SSM, It doesn't take?
Fields in xrefs are updated based on the host file, not the source xref.Any layout that is associated to a Sheet Set can read the subject sheet properties via fields.The current Auto CAD functionality does not allow the user to batch process multiple sheets, which by using the out of the box Sheet Set can turn into a tedious task.For compatibility with previous versions, contextual fields in blocks and xrefs are not updated when you insert them in a drawing; instead, the field displays the last cached value.Therefore, if you want to use a contextual field within a block, for example, a title block, you must insert the field as an attribute.Instructor Katherine Ming demonstrates how to create your template and sheet set files, including how to add the title block, properties, and text fields.Next, she covers how to create and edit view frames that will be used in creating design documents.Sounds like the layout is not associated with the sheet set.Verify that the layout (sheet) you see in the SSM is the exact same filename and path of the drawing that you are working on.The title block is an xref and all looks good with the dynamic blocks set up. However, if I add a new sheet, the title block is the updated version... I've updated the title block with issue date as well as a key plan. But when I open the existing drawings, the title block is NOT updated to reflect the changes. I'm not certain if it's entirely the same, but, I recycle sheet sets heavily.The title block is an xref and all looks good with the dynamic blocks set up. However, if I add a new sheet, the title block is the updated version... Opening a drawing file for a new set doesn't cause the fields in the titleblock to update, I have to open the SSM, hit 'refresh' and then it will update. I've never been bothered to run a script through the set to automate that refresh, but, that's what I would advise others to do if the irritant is the same as what I've described.