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Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 7:31:47 AM | New Title Page Label Using Project Information

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I want to create a label that's linked to the project information (Client Name, Project Name, Project Adress, Project Status) that appears ONLY on the Title Sheet (centered at the top of the page).  I can create a label while in the Titleblock family that links to the project information, but it will appear on every sheet in the set. 

When I try to embed a label so that I can toggle the visibility of the label, I cannot define the parameters using the project information.  I can only define it using Name, Discipline, Type & Group.  I was hoping that the Project Info was a shared parameter rather than a system parameter.

Is my only option to write this as text (no label or parameters, not linked to project specific information)?


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Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 3:05:05 PM | New Title Page Label Using Project Information

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You need to create a new sheet for this just like you do for your normal sheets.  Save it in your library as ....Title Sheet 24x36? or whatever.


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Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 3:36:21 PM | New Title Page Label Using Project Information

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I have a titleblock family with all the standard project info (project name, address, client, etc...) in the banner on the.  I also added large labels at the top center of the page with the same project name and address parameters.  I could assign a visibility parameter to that label (type parameter).  Then in the family, i created 2 family types... one called Cover Sheet and one called Standard, and i set the visibility for the large label to be on in the one type and off in the other.  Works simple.


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Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 5:04:38 PM | New Title Page Label Using Project Information

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Is your label on the top center of the title page linked to the system parameter - project information?  from what I've read and videos watched, Is embedding a label or image into the title sheet the only wat to get the visibility toggle checkbox?


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Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 5:04:39 PM | New Title Page Label Using Project Information

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Is your label on the top center of the title page linked to the system parameter - project information?  from what I've read and videos watched, Is embedding a label or image into the title sheet the only wat to get the visibility toggle checkbox?


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Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 5:04:44 PM | New Title Page Label Using Project Information

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Is your label on the top center of the title page linked to the system parameter - project information?  from what I've read and videos watched, Is embedding a label or image into the title sheet the only wat to get the visibility toggle checkbox?


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Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 5:41:38 PM | New Title Page Label Using Project Information

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Yes.  It is a label linked to the project information.  I think that's what you were trying to do.  See the .rfa... you can see if that helps.  It's pretty straightforward.



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Sat, Feb 10, 2018 at 5:54:48 PM | New Title Page Label Using Project Information

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Thanks.  I was getting stuck because a video was saying that I had to use a nested family to get the visibility parameter.  Didn;t think to load two titleblock families one with the label and one without.

 


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