There are often cases where a single view cannot show what you want in unique cases. A very old trick is to “stack” multiple views on top of each other in a Layout to get the desired result, if the available tools can’t give the exact result desired.
In your example, you could creat a view of the ground floor that just shows the bits that need to be seen in the final drawing. The view of the first floor would show what needs to be seen from there.
The key/trick to aligning the drawings generated from these two views exactly on top of one another on a layout is to use the Hotspot tool to place a snap-able hotspot at some arbitrary but common x,y coordinate in the model on every story. (Simply copy the hotspot from one story and paste onto every other story to get it in the same spot on each story. I often just put the hotspot on my project North symbol as a common location.) You will be able to drag a placed drawing on the Layout by that hotspot and snap it to the corresponding hotspot on the other plan drawing to perfectly align them.
Both (or as many as you need) drawings, being generated from Views, are live and updated as the model is updated so that the resulting composite drawing is also always up to date.
Again, this is not a recommended “normal” procedure, but one to be considered when all other avenues prevent you from obtaining the desired drawing from a single View. An example is split level construction, where the inability of the Floor Plan Cut Plane (FPCP) to have vertical steps, similar to the horizontal steps possible with sections, makes it impossible to get the desired plan drawings in many cases,
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