Simple Hole

(Left) From left to right, a threaded hole with a drill tip bottom, a through hole, and a hole with a flat bottom.
(Right) A compound hole comprised of two cylindrical surfaces.

A hole series including a cylindrical face having more than 180 degrees of arc, with or without a blind end condition of type plane or conic

Yes.
Hole Wizard and Simple Hole features
Holes with near side countersinks are recognized as countersink holes (not linked holes)

Intersect Circle


A circle derived at the intersection of a cone and plane. The cone must be perpendicular to the plane, and it cannot be created from an ellipse. The cone and plane can be interrupted by a fillet or chamfer.

N/A

Intersect Line 
An intersect line (blue) forms at the intersection of the part’s bottom plane and the skewed plane (orange).
Intersect lines are typically used for dimensioning. In this example, you may need to locate the intersection of the two planes to the lefthand side of the part to control its length.

A line derived at the intersection of two planes

N/A

Intersect Plane

An intersect plane is derived at the intersection of the larger cylinder and conical face.
Intersect planes are typically used to locate the starting or ending location of a tapered surface.

A plane derived at the intersection of a concentric cylindrical and conical face.

N/A
