Thank you for your quick reply. I should have mentioned what I was using. Unfortunately I am using 2013 right now.
This is the exact method I use within assemblies and have always wondered why this feature wasn't carried over to the drawing aspect of SW. Good to see the progress!
However, with it known that I am using 2013, what method should I use?
No easy way, but here is one option.
Make a copy of the drawing ( usually do this in windows explorer)
Change the reference when you open the COPIED drawing.
Delete all views except for "drawing view 5" from the COPIED drawing.
Save COPIED drawing.
Right click on the sheet tab along the bottom of the COPIED drawing and copy the sheet.
Open your original drawing and paste (CTRL-V) in this copied sheet. Model on this sheet should be linked to "Part B".
You can drag the view from the new sheet to the correct sheet in the feature manager.
Hope this helps!
this is a little convoluted, but should work.
1) save a copy of the drawing to a temporary location with a different name.
2) replace references for the copied drawing.
3) copy the sheet with the desired view to the original drawing.
4) delete the incorrect view
5) move the correct view to the correct sheet
6) delete the copied sheet
7) delete the copied drawing
Thanks to both for your help. Convoluted is right! Glad it worked, though...Saved me a ton of time!