OCAD now open to Linux users
For more read ocad.com/blog/2018/05/run-ocad-on-linux
Use New Map Wizard to haul in a georeferenced OSM (Open Street Map) covering the area of your un-georeferenced map. Save the resulting OCAD map then use it as a background map to georeference your target map.
A 1m 30s video of the New Map Wizard https://www.screencast.com/t/vOO49aEr5Fzb
OCAD helo wiki on the same topic https://ocad.com/wiki/ocad/en/index.php?title=New_Map_Wizard
You can download these at scales of 1:100, 1:200 and 1:400 from www.ocad.com/en/documents
These are OCAD files. You can either
Especially useful after applying the angle to get to magnetic north. You are often left with a number of symbols, especially text, that also need rotated. Accurate and fast rotation can be effected via Object>RotateObject>Enter angle
Select the object, select the action, enter the angle – usually the same as the Grid Magnetic Angle that you applied and in the same direction. If reverse direction, just enter a minus sign before the angle you want.
You can select multiple symbols in the usual ways such as Select all instances of a symbol, holding CTRL while you select various symbols.
A nice touch is that in the same session, the angle is still there when you go back again for that overlooked symbol instance.
See also changing the angle of text.
Ken you have been unobservant. Immediately left of the Rotation icon on the toolbar is the Direction icon as highlighted below. Select the symbol instance then select the Direction tool and stroke the symbol instance in your preferred direction.
In the menu it is Object | Indicate direction of area pattern, point or text object. Below are examples of the Direction tool applied. OCAD Help.