New Sheet Dialog Box
Creates a new sheet in the current sheet set by creating a new drawing (DWG) file
that includes a layout tab with the same name as the drawing.
List of Options
The following options are displayed.
Specifies the sheet number. It is recommended that you do not fill in the sheet number
when you first create a sheet. By default the drawing name and layout name of the
new sheet will be the sheet number together with sheet title.
You can remove the sheet number from the file name when you create the new sheet,
but the sheet number will still be in the layout name.
- Sheet Title
Specifies the sheet title, which corresponds to an identically named layout tab in
the new drawing.
- File Name
Specifies the name of the new drawing file containing the sheet. By default, the name
of the drawing file is the sheet number combined with the sheet title. You can also
change the drawing file name in this box.
- Folder Path
Displays the default folder for the new drawing file.
The default folder for a subset is specified in the Subset Properties dialog box;
and the default folder for a sheet set is specified in the Sheet Set Properties dialog
- Sheet Template
Displays the default sheet template file used for creating the new drawing file.
The default template file used for creating new drawings in a subset is specified
in the Subset Properties dialog box; the default template file for creating new drawings
in a sheet set is specified in the Sheet Set Properties dialog box.
- Open in Drawing Editor
When checked, allows you to open the drawing after creation and edit directly within
eates a new sheet in the current sheet set by creating a new drawing (DWG) … Properties dialog box; and the default folder for a sheet set is specified in the …New Sheet Dialog Box. Use this dialog box to create a new schematic sheet. Sheet Number. Specifies the page number of the new sheet. The page number …… Both of these gems require the dialog box pictured at the top of this page. Before I 'd just … MsgBox "You didn't name the new sheet." & vbCrLf & …New Sheet Dialog Box. Use this dialog box to create a new schematic sheet. Sheet Number.worksheet. Define a name by using the New Name dialog box. Manage names by using the Name Manager …Sheet command to move or copy entire worksheets (also known as sheets), to other locations in the same or a different workbook …new worksheet to a workbook: … from the shortcut menu, select Worksheet from the Insert dialog box, and then click OK.