I had a drawing which had two detailed views of some hole
dimensions to be drilled in a mild steel plate profile.
The profile was to be laser cut and so to aid the manuifacture i
saved the solidworks drawings as an AutoCAD dwg format to whcih i
emailed to the laser cutters.
When you convert the drawing and set the options (i.e to set it to
1:1) you must re-scale the detailed views to all be the same scale
as the parent, otherwise when it is saved as a dwg it re-sizes the
detailed views by some unknown scale value. Consequently the two
detailed views showed completely different dimensions for the holes
and if it werent for checking twice (& cutting once) the holes
would have been all over the place.