I wrote this macro to spite a coworker who complained that whenever he opened my part files he had to zoom out, as I had saved it while looking at the feature I was last working on.
With an Open Part/Assembly this macro:
1. Stores the current Model View
2. Disables graphics for quicker transitions
3. Switches to Isometric View
4. Re-enables graphics
5. Saves the file
6. Switches back to the original model view
The idea behind this macro is that the user can always save their part/assembly in an isometric view without interrupting their workflow.
What I like about this macro is that it adds no perceptible time to the part saving process, the transitions are so fast they can't be noticed.
I've since swapped my Ctrl+S bind to run this macro.