Sheet Set Manager has certainly made it much easier to create, manage, and plot drawing sheets. Even still, SSM is not without it’s flaws. Perhaps one of my all-time SSM annoyances is the fact you cannot insert a comma in a SSM field. So how did I put a comma in the illustration above?
Well technically there is no comma in the above illustration. Instead I have inserted a character that looks like a comma. The secret is to press and hold the ALT key while you type 0130. It will then insert a character that looks like a comma, but more importantly works with SSM.
The other question I get rather frequently is how to make a SSM field blank. That solution is very similar to the comma solution. Instead of typing ALT+0130, type ALT+0160. The 0160 code will insert a non-breaking space, which will appear blank when plotted.