Oh, we have a vocabulary problem. "Axis" and "temporary axis" are two very different things. A temporary axis is an axis implied by a cylindrical face on a body. It is a way to select the centerline of a hole, a fillet, etc. An axis is a "reference geometry" feature. It is a feature in the feature manager tree.
Surfaces refers to surface bodies, as opposed to solid bodies. If the part you inserted was only a solic cylinder, then there will be no surfaces to be inserted into the multi-body part.
It would be a really good idea to look these terms up in the help. Not only will it clarify this issue, but it will open your eyes to important concepts used throughout SW. I get the impression you haven't had any training and may not have done the tutorials. Make sure you do the tutorials, get training (if you benefit from that sort of thing), and take time to read through the help. Reading the help after doing the tutorials is the most direct way to get to know what you're doing with SW. If you're trying to work on a project, you don't have the time not to.