"Rotating" an image..Help!

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Nevermind! Sorry.
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Glad you got it sorted. It'd be helpful if you posted the solution to your problem. This then increases the signal:noise ratio, making it easier for others. Smile

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jmarshall Wrote:Glad you got it sorted. It'd be helpful if you posted the solution to your problem. This then increases the signal:noise ratio, making it easier for others. Smile

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Jonathan

I would but it was so dumb I would be ashamed.

Long story short, I forgot "rotate" was an option, only tried rotatex and rotatey. Confused
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