If you have your object (mixer tap) as a 3D object, then you have all of the top/side views already.
Just place in plan for the top view and view in section/elevation for the side views.
You really shouldn't be drawing anything in 2D if you are building the 3D model.
I have never a worksheet (to me they are useless - not even a live connection to the model) nor created a 2D view of anything, unless I can't get or create the 3D object.
If you can't get or create the 3D model, then yes, that is when you need to place a 2D drawing of what you want.
You will need a 2D drawing of each view you need and then you just place them where you need them (it can be in sections and elevations - doesn't have to be a worksheet).
There is no script as such to generate 2D views.
It is either using one of the 16 FRAGMENTS (layers) in the symbolic view of an object or adding extra script to the 2D (plan) script...
IF plan_view THEN
IF left_side_view THEN
IF front_side_view THEN
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