Alternate Position Views are explained fairly well in the SolidWorks Help files and there are plenty of examples. I cannot help you or begin to answer your questions without your understanding.
Please review the topic, your requirements and then come back and ask a more "pointed" question.
Thank you for your kind answer to my query. However I had to create drawings in the 2D Editor(See Attached Image).
1. I could get the alternate position with the spindle only in the center, not in the left and right positions as it would remove my assembly mates with respect to the cradle center.
2.I had to rotate the cradle in 2 other positions as well(Left Side View), this was not possible(for me, for the lack of my understanding of the software) in SW2012.
3.I could do this in the 2D editor conveniently, we all here would be enlightened if you could share us such procedure in SW.
A.Its been two years that I have been working on SW( Worked on SW2013, SW2015).
B.I have Designed and Drafted simple fixtures till now.
C. I have recently taken a new job and need help on such huge assemblies(Of course help is avilable here as well, just that they don't do that with 3D software completely) where i need all extreme positions and home positions to be shown in one diagram.
To do this I would add configurations or make a new assembly where you add the components/sub assemblies that you need to show....
I agree with John but I'm wondering why you cannot do this or why you are asking.
You already know how to create an Alternate Position view, so, create another configuration for another alternate position view.
The only thing I might add is to create several drawing to show different requirements, such as; Open/Closed, Loaded/Empty, Operating/Maintenance, etc.
Trying to show too many alternate position views can be confusing rather than clarifying.
Thank you for your kind suggestion.
I'll do various configs and assemblies and reference the same to the extremities that I want to show