@Kamelite I would add to the comments of @bouhmidage. You need to set the view up as Axonometric before saving as a 3D Document. You can turn all relevant layers on before saving. When you have your 3D Document go to the project map and drag as many copies as you need. You can then go into each 3D Document Settings and Filter Elements by story & trim to story range. Then you can combine them on a single layout sheet.
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The upper part of this image is done with 3D-Document, and the bottom part is done with "save current view". It might be just my lack of knowlegde regarding 3D-document, but as far as I can see, it doesn't reproduce the coloring right, and the rendereing is not good.
The lower picture has better colors, and looks much better, all over. Is it any way to make the background transparent, so I can achieve the effect I'm looking for?
Yet another option might be to hotlink each story in a new file whose only purpose is to generate this view... insert the blank stories as Barry suggested (in case any wall heights are 'to next story' etc) ... Then, the view would be "live" and could be placed in the original file. The vertical lines showing element alignment shown in your screenshot would still of course have to be manually drawn on the layout.
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