Leave the boxes as they are and only check the “Specify on-screen” box. Part 13 of 13 in our How to Use AutoCAD series. The first option (and, we think, the preferred one) is to use the Writing Block command (WBLOCK) to move the title block to your own drawing. You'll then incorporate it as an external reference (external reference) when you need to place it on a sheet.
This method takes a little longer than the Save Block method (see option 2 below), but it will save you a lot of time in the future. In the lower left corner of the title block, you'll see 4 gray dashes. On the command line, type REA and press ENTER. The 4 hyphens will be replaced by your name.
Make sure that the layers on which the block will be placed are unlocked and unfrozen. Check the INSBASE system variable, which specifies where the block will go. If the block is annotative, make the scale current. Make sure you are in model space and not in paper space.
Use Zoom Extents and check if the block is somewhere far away. If you want, you can create a new subfolder within discipline_graphics to store your title block templates. CK, it doesn't matter that it was created with Autocad LT, unless maybe it's a more recent and incompatible version of Autocad. This can be extremely useful for reusing existing title block templates and even customizing your own.
The Locate by Geographic Data option is only available if you have added geographic data to the drawing and if the block (in this case another drawing) also contains geographic data. Expand the lower right corner of the selected title block and deselect all the information that will vary frequently on the different sheets where you place the title block. These lines will provide a point to which you can adjust the cursor when placing the title block on a sheet, making sure to place it in the correct location each time. From here, you can further edit the individual elements of the title block by entering the “Block Editor” on the Insert tab.
However, because the Xref method allows you to perform global edits on several sheets simultaneously whenever you need to change the information in a title block. The Blocks palette is used when you want to quickly and easily access some frequently used blocks in a design. This two-part YouTube video explains all the steps and workflow to create a title block and then convert it into a template that can be reused in different drawings. I think you'll have to define a new block with a different name if you want to change something that isn't defined in the Properties box.