Create drawings from models (Creo Elements/Direct Annotation) > Modify drawings > Add and modify geometry > Geometry overview
Geometry overview
This chapter describes how to add geometry to the Creo Elements/Direct Annotation drawing. Typical geometry elements are:
Horizontal and vertical geometry.
Circular and arc geometry.
Construction geometry.
Spline geometry.
You can also move, copy, resize, rotate, mirror, trim, stretch, and split existing geometry, and change the settings determining the appearance of geometry. Fillets can also be applied to geometry.
Before you add geometry to a drawing, you must specify the owner for the geometry in the Owner box. The box appears automatically the first time you create geometry in a Creo Elements/Direct Annotation session, but you can change the default owner at any time by clicking the Owner button in a geometry dialog.