What you can do if you want multiple sheets without nesting the new job is to create a template file and use that when starting a new job so the sheets are already there. Doesn't really matter how many spare sheets there are so you could create one with 50 blank sheets on it.
It's basically the same workflow as using naming layers as sheets and switching around between them but because you're not switching active layers the chances of messing up are a lot less.
ok now I gotta go watch and play with another video.. templates... I remember see one on the tutorials.. on my way now. thanks
uhh found the template file but it's not exactly what I need (yet) anyway . what I will do is make a 32"x48" box and nest it 10 times. delete the 10 boxes and save it as a template with sheets already on it . but can you point me towards the file I need if there is an easier way(I'm all for easier)