Is it possible to define points as construction geometry in a sketch?

I am creating some holes, and defining the positions using a centre point rectange as construction geometry. However, this places a point at the intersection of the two diagonals which the hole command then assumes defines a hole position.

Obviously I could first define my hole position in one sketch, then use the positioning within the hole command to attach holes to this previous sketch, but this is an untidy and inefficient way of modelling, so I am looking for a better way.

Jeff,

Please see this post below for information regarding a similar subject.

"question on how to add relation between midpoint of line and origin"

https://forum.solidworks.com/message/342920#342920

Instead of using the Center Rectanle, use a Corner Rectangle. Choode the Midpoint of a Horizontal line and constrain it to the origin, the use a midpoint of a Vertical line and do the same. This give the same result without the Point in the center.

Alternately, after using the Center Rectangle, delete the point in the center and then constrain to midpoint of one of the corner to corner construction lines.

I hope this helps.

Regards,

Alan