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the easiest way would be to stretch the 3D scene along the whole movie and use keyframes to put it outside the stage when you don't need it.
the other way would be to store the the position when you leave the world and set the position when you enter the world.
what confuses you exactly?
hondo3000 - thanks for the quick response! I came up with the answer and it was a bit too easy. I think my problem was throwing too many different situations at the question without actually just giving the "easiest" a try.
Answer - i put the *.*w3d file in place, put a hold frame.. after selecting the object and going to another marker - once it was done - i told it to go back to the first marker and interesting enough, it remembered exactly where i was last!
Yes, as long as you do not reset the 3D world, you can go back and forth and it won't change.