A few ideas to get you started:
Once you create your titleblock in Layout (a DXF import might be helpful) you can save it to a library as a '2D Lines' object.
I keep copies of my standard notes and stackup for 2, 4, 6 layer designs in the library.
You can generate a Gerber file or a PDF file for your output.
I created a template design that I 'usually' start with. Don't forget to make it read-only!
A couple of years ago we bought BluePrint-PCB to do our PCB documentation.
It works pretty good. Especially if you need to handle multiple pages with title blocks and revisions on every page.
It reads the PADS ASCII file and is very quick when updating existing documentation.
I find it MUCH easier to export to a 2D CAD editor. Especially on boards that also need 3D assembly models. PADS just doesn't have the documentation power of a documentation program.