Now let’s re-enter the circle.

Click on the Circle tool in the Tool Palette. A Circle Tool Control Panel will appear.

If not already entered, in the Control Panel, enter Positions = “24” and Interval = “2”.

If not already checked, check the Lock to Circle option.

If not already checked, check the Offset Spacing option.

To place the center point of the circle, use the Location Indicator in the Console to move the cursor to 50 yds 0 steps | 56 steps and click the mouse button.

To place the circumference point of the circle, move the cursor on the field until the Location Indicator reads 45 yds 4 steps | 48 steps and click the mouse button.

In the Control Panel, change the Symbol to “G” for Guard and the Color to a shade of red.

Click Accept to enter the circle.

Select Save from the File menu.


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