To define the one of the circle, select the corner centre.
To define the circle dimensions, drag the cursor.
When you're happy with the dimensions, click on the geometry.
Choose the Constraints of a Component: Right-click the components and choose xxx object -> Component Constraints from the contextual menu. You can cut and paste, copy and paste, and even erase constraints when editing them.
In the Dimensioning toolbar, select Dimensions.
After that, select both lines to be dimensioned one by one. In the sector connected with both selected lines, the angle dimension shows.
Drag the angle dimension line to the quadrant of your choice (or sector).
Select Assemble tab Relationships panel Constrain from the ribbon. Select Angle in the Type box on the Assembly tab. If the components are near to the desired position, select the Predict Offset and Orientation check box. In the Angle field, the current angle between the selections is automatically entered.
To choose the hole axis, right-click the circular face and choose Other Selection.
Select the face using the Ctrl key:
In the Dialog Box, click Constraint Defined. The dialogue window for constraint definition appears...
Check the option for Distance.
To confirm, click OK.
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