In that case, I would use a Pattern Table to create the assembly of all your Family Table items.
Create a new assembly
Assemble the first instance of your ID tag (not as default but with offset constraints to your assembly origin)
Select your ID tag --> Pattern, and select Table. Select the offset dimensions, then click edit the contents of your Pattern Table.
You 'll see an "Pro/TABLE" dialog.
At row 11, you'll see:
!idx dXXX dYYY Model(name_of_part)
You must complete this "list" with all your instances.
I've tried this:
1. First I've made a family table in the part:
2. And then I've made an assembly with a Pattern Table:
This is the result:
The problem is that you only can add the dimensions and not the instances of the family table:
That part is driven by INPUT parameters.
If you regenerate that part, you can enter different values (Enter Values), thus changing the text on the plate.
If you place that part into your assembly, you can drive those INPUT parameters with EXECUTE statements. You do need to have an advanced assembly license of some sort to edit the PRO/Program of your assembly.