I’m glad that helps. And thank you!
FWIW I’ve always preferred to set up the views the way I want them in SketchUp rather than selecting standard views in LO. I would only select the standard views in LO for a one-off document that I’ll never need to modify or update. Generally though I always work with the idea that my project will require changes and updates at some point in the future so I try to future-proof my SketchUp and LayOut files.
I’ve shown this sort of things numerous times in the forum but I’ll show it again. The basic ideas can be used in your models, too. I set up copies of the components for the 2-views or 3-views of the parts away from the assembled copy of the model. The model space looks like this.
The assembled copy is at the origin, over to the right and behind is the copy for the exploded view(s), above the assembled copy are the parts of the table arranged for the 2D views, and above the exploded copy are the drawer parts. I could have included the drawer partswith the table parts but didn’t.
So then for the table parts I have a single scene.
That one scene gets used for all of the viewports shown selected, below.
Note that none of those viewports have the Camera showing as modified in the SketchUp Model panel. Those viewports could just as easily be on separate pages, too. In fact the shelf is shown on the second sheet.
Again, in an effort to future proof the project, if some change needs to be made, for example the shape of the curves on the legs, or the length of the feet, I can modify the components in the assembled copy of the model. I don’t need to deal with them anywhere else in the model space. And when I then update the LO file to reflect the changes, I don’t have to go through the document making sure each viewport is correctly updated. They just are.