I manually make the hole tables vs using the hole table function in Creo. I found the hole table function did some weird naming of the title of the table that I didn't like and I could temporarily change it but not get it to stick thru a regeneration. Yes it was a bit more work but in the end I got the exact table I wanted that I wouldn't have to fix multiple times.
It looks like it names the hole table after the view and the CS.
update settings: pick the table to update
another dialog box opens that looks just like the dialog box that is open in the background
make the change to this dialog box
save and update.
(really 2 of the same dialog boxes and 1 of them woks, WTH.
I'm still amazed at this Unix op system trying to run in a window's op PC, PTC did a lame job with making it run in windows!
The csy is why I started making my own and abandoning the PTC generator. I have a drawing symbol that I used to indicated positive x, y and z. The hole table doesn't do a z direction either, just x and y which is fine for 2d but when I have holes that are above the xy plane (for instance on the xz plane) I didn't want to call out another x, y direction and possibly confuse someone after I already set (using datum locators) my x, y, and z directions for the model.
What keeps changing on the format between sheets? Text style, text placement, everything?