if I understand you correctly you want to have a layout that has a Set (non-changing) legend in it?
If just for one drawing you could just insert the Legend into Paperspace, that should be easy and quick.
If it is for all future drawings then you could go into the template file and add a legend to layout 1 (you could even rename the layout tab to Legend if you wanted) save it and then every time you start a new drawing it would be there.
I am wanting a legend on a page by itself. I tried to use the Legend command but I had to use a layout with a viewport. I can put it on its own page using the plot window. (Legend.pdf)
Now the problem I am having is that I do not know how to separate the transformer bank and transformer. (legend.jpg)
Isn't the legend just a table? Click a row in the legend to select it, then right-click and go to Rows->Insert Above or Insert Below. That should add a new row that you can use for pads.
Every time I reopen my drawing, the legend changes back to the way it looked when I first used the Legend command. (legend.jpg)
What is the point of having a place for legend labels in the Style Editor if the label doesn't show up when you use the Legend command? (legend label.jpg) Or is this happening because I'm using 2013 R1 instead of R2 or 2014?
Take a look at this discussion.
Looks like it's a Map defect. AUD is built on top of Map and so would inherit the defect.
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