I'm at home sick today, and don't have SW here, so I can't open your files, but I'll try to help.
1. Open the part, and orient it the way you want the drawing view to appear in the drawing. One way to do that is to click on one face, hold down Ctrl and select a second face that's perpendicular to the first one selected, then hit the "Normal to" button. That will orient the part so that the first face selected is normal to your screen and the second one is at top. Now hit your space bar. That will bring up a dialog box. There is an icon near the top for "New View" (or something like that). Click on it and name this view. Go back to your drawing. You can select this new view from the PropertyManager when inserting a new view, or when clicking on an existing view to change it to the new view.
3. You can over-ride a dimension, but it's a very dangerous practice, since future edits of the model won't be reflected in an over-ridden dimension. If you're determined to do it, and willing to accept the risk, you can click on a dimension and about halfway down it's PropertyManager there is a box you can check for "Override dimension", or go just below it to the text box and delete <DIM> and enter what you want.
And do you mind if I ask why not use your real name for your user name?
What you need is an auxiliary view. Click on an edge that is perpendicular to the hole axis (like the top left edge of the part) and then click Auxiliary View from the View Layout menu.
It will create a view that comes off perpendicular to the edge you selected, so in this case it would look straight on at the hole.
And as far as overriding a dimension, here is a picture of the option Glenn is talking about.