The UCS_Z_90_Plan_Current works while in model...... but when you switch back to paper, it rotates back to the way it started
rotate, so you're in the Viewport.
At the command line type in UCS enter, then type Z enter.
Select a point on the bottom right of your base line then select a point to
the left of your base line then press enter. your X axis should now be
aligned with the view you want.
Now in the command line type Plan then press enter twice.
This will rotate your View so that your UCS is now right angles to the
screen (same as your view), you just need to scale the view port.
You can rotate an entire view within a layout viewport by changing the
UCS and using the PLAN command.
With the UCS command, you can rotate the XY plane at any angle around
the Z axis. When you enter the PLAN command, the view rotates to match
the orientation of the XY plane.
Command: MVSETUP |option> Align |option> Rotate
click north to south or east to west etc... pending on the direction you would like to orient you view, best of luck.
Yes that is true, but hopefully this will help someone who does have the full version, since this page is all I could find, I put the answer here for any one else that did not know, like I did not know!
I admire your tenacity to help others but it can also be useful to inform those who may come across this in the LT Forum that this feature is not available to them thru at least the 2011 release.