It seems to me that you have not set TurboCAD to 2D mode before saving the file in that mode.
It is also likely that whichever Template you load is in 3D mode, so the aggravation will re-occur with every new file.
From your message, it seems you know how to set to 2D, so you should open a new Drawing, change the mode to 2D (plus any other operating preferences you have), then Save As Template (give it a unique name, because you'll want it to survive program reloads and upgrades). For now, put it in any convenient folder that you'll remember, then bring up your favorite file manager (I like Altap Salamander) in Administrator mode.
Under TurboCAD's Options menu, select the File Locations tab and check where Templates are stored. Use the file manager to copy and paste the new template there. When you start New from Template, single-click on your preferred Template, then click on the Set as default radio button before clicking OK to open the new Drawing.
« Last Edit: November 05, 2019, 04:18:54 PM by Jeffin90620 »
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