I should have written a book.
The next step, Drawing Templates 102 is this:
Now that you have sheet formats setup for A, B, C, D, etc and a single
template for ANSI inch and maybe an ISO metric one also with all the
arrow sizes and other preferences you need to spiff up your title
block with those little things like line widths.
As a bare minimum you can select a line and change it's width. There
is a toolbar called line fonts or something like that. It can handle
both width and line type.
My favorite is to setup layers for this. Layers can have special line
types, width and color. If you set the layers up in the template along
with the printer setup for actually printing what is on the screen the
way you expect, then you have a pretty robust system that is fairly
easy to maintain.
Layers have another use. In a drawing you sometimes want to hide
things. Dimensions come to mind. Instead of using SW version of hide/
show, put the dimensions that need hiding on a layer. The advantage is
that you can turn them all back on and then rehide them with one visit
Layers are also handy as a tool to use when maintaining different
colors for different entities as for example when the shop is viewing
your prints on a monitor at their CNC stations. This helps them figure
out that the part outline is black, centerlines green, etc.