I'm not a macro or automation guy. Tushar is the expert in that area.
My first thought is that you will be able to make a macro to take a selected file and edit the background. However the big can of worms is adjusting the drafting from thats that are larger than B size. Lot's of drafting work ahead if you need to edit from say D to B size.
Oh good point, although I may be lucky as I think the issue is most are 11x8.5 and need to be 17x11. The macro idea is a good one.
Download attached macro from our dropbox and give it a try
Thanks again to the author of this macro.
User of Solid Edge since V3.5 testing ST10
the best and probably easiset attempt is, to use the "Batch Macro" from Custom folder.
You simply can reduce the filter for DFT only and add one additional line in the execute to change the backround sheet size.
This should be a matter of view minutes for people who are familiary with the SE API syntax
i think @nate456 might want to change the drawing border also.
If the other border already exists on a different background sheet in the draft file, then it is a simple job to change sheet size and border.
If, however, there is only one background sheet it is much more complex.
The only problem with these 'replace border' macro's is that they usually delete everything on the background sheet.
Our drawing border macro allows the option to retain certain parts of the border, but is custom-written for our system and template setup.
Personally, in nate's case I would simply add a new background sheet, place the new border on it and set the working sheet to use that. Even then, most of the drawings are going to look pretty strange with the views offset towards the bottom left of the drawing and a load of free space.
with ST9 this also has become a standard SE function in draft
You can change Backround Sheets per Se functionallity.
I'm not absoluteley sure, wether this is available via API too or not.