There are a number of great enhancements in SolidWorks 2007, but one of them is personally not my cup of tea. In drawings, one of the new 2007 enhancements is the View Palette. This is the new palette available from the Task Pane that shows you all of the defined views of a particular model. While I like being able to snatch a view from the View Palette once I'm working on a drawing, I don't like how it works when I'm first creating a drawing from a model. I prefer to have the Insert Model View command pop up and let me place projected views the old way. If you want to restore that behavior to your own 2007 installation, it's easy to do through a SolidWorks system option. Tools > Options > System Options, and in the Drawings category you will find "Show view palette." Turn that off and the View Palette won't jump out in front of you when you make a new drawing.