Script files are powerful but under-utilized tools for AutoCAD customization. Mike Quillen has submitted a couple of script files to help with 3D view navigation. As a reminder, script files are simply command strings stored in an ASCII file, and you load them using the Script command. The script file WORK.SCR automatically creates named views and named user coordinate systems specifically for 3D modeling work. Sixteen named views are created: one for every 22.5-degree increment around the compass. Four named user coordinate systems are also created. Once these views are created, you can easily restore them using the View command (dialog box or Command line), or you could create menu macros to automate the view restore process even further.
The second script file, named UNWORK.SCR, simply deletes the views and coordinate systems created by WORK.SCR. Thanks for sharing these, Mike.