Right click on the view, select properties. Change AUXILLARY in the type drop down to GENERAL, then APPLY. You will get additional options then. Use GEOMETRY REFERENCES or ANGLES to rotate the view as desired.
An Auxillary view is an orthographic projection that is taken from ANY angle that is required to accurately represent the geometry.
In the image below, the auxillary view is at the angle of the surface that the hole is one so the hole is shown "true".
They don't have to teach that anymore, the computer does all mundane work, just push the button!
**this was my first reply via email...works as expected!
If I want arrows on a view, I always make a section (even if it is for an auxiliary view that doesn't cut thru geometry). I show the arrows via the section tab in the view properties.
I am using Creo 4 and you can not rotate an auxiliary view without changing it to a general view.
If you want to keep the arrows, make the view section view at a location outside of the view that is parallel to the face you need to show and you have the option to show the arrows in the section tab. Or create "fake" arrows for the auxiliary projection.
Maybe something has changed since Creo 4, but I really doubt it.