Andy- that's exactly what I inadvertently did but now how do I "unexplode" the circle. I created a new circle that exactly overlapped the exploded circle which I could then dimension, but is there a way to convert the circle back to a regular circle rather than a polyline? In the Mac version all I would do is group it but I don't see a feature like that here.
With circles, its just as quick to draw a new circle and delete the old polyline, there is a tool in the modify menu which is 'Convert to Arc Polyline' but when used on an exploded circle creates two arcs, not a circle. (and one has to get the settings correct), this tool can be useful if one accidentally explodes something more fiddly to re-draw or converting spline curves to arcs.
Supposedly, a Student_2D template has been created on this Landscape paper layout that will be modified, but where is it??
The student template is supplied with TC, when you create a new file its available from the template button (try this - go to file menu - New, in the dialog select 'new from template' you will notice the Student 2D.
hmm. now you have already done the drawing, you have two options to try, first option, with your existing drawing open, click CTRL+A (or edit menu - select all), then Edit menu - copy. . create a new student template from as above (file - new - new from template), when it opens, Edit menu paste, the drawback to this is one may lose any viewports that have been created, you would need to remake them.
Alternatively, close your drawing, open the student template (as shown above), go to file menu - 'Extract From', Ignore the warning (click yes), then in the dialog find your file, and then on the right hand side tick 'Content'. click open. Your drawing, layers and any viewports will be imported into the student template.