If you mean so they can use it in Archicad then try to select it and save it as a MOD (FILE menu > External content > Save as MOD) or save it as an object (FILE menu > Libraries and objects > Save as object).
If you save as an object they will need to explode it you they can use it.
Unless your title block is an object already (but I am guessing it is just lines and text).
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Sorry I wasn't clear: My consultants (mechanical, electrical and plumbing) are still on AutoCAD.
I normally just export the whole sheet, like a Cover Sheet to them and then they get it, but I then exports the contents of that sheet also.....
I may have just answered my own question> What if I just create an empty sheet, name it Consultant Sharing or something like that, and export it as a DWG file.
Well thanks. At least i learned about the saving as MOD which I didn't know before.