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Maybe you're not entirely clear in your terminology.
Story view? Layout view? For an InDesgin user it makes sense if you mean the Story Editor with the first, and your regular page view window with the second. However, that does not compute with your problem, which is (if I understand it correctly) that you export or print the
one; i.e., the Story View. That can't be done in the ID I have.
Perhaps it's an option in InCopy, as that is all text oriented (as opposed to Plain-InDesign), and probably not meant to be used in the way you describe. I recall that InCopy is designed to edit texts, while the actual layout work has to be done in ID.
Try something like this:
app.documents.item(0).windows.item(0).viewTab = ViewTabs.LAYOUT_VIEW;
As far as reference material goes--you can view the InCopy object model in the ExtendScript Toolkit--choose Adobe InCopy CS3 Object Model from the Help menu.