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Rotating a scanned image

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I scanned an image into Lion but need to rotate it. In Windows I right click and select Rotate.

How do I do this on the Mac?

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Link below will give you method for multiple images but can be applied to single images. Instead of selecting all images, you can select just one.

http://osxdaily.com/2009/12/04/rotate-multiple-pictures-easily-in-mac-os-x-with-preview/
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Right click the on the image icon.
Select "Open with", select Preview
Go to the Tools menu in Preview and select the appropriate rotation from the list.
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If you have multi-touch gestures enabled, put two fingers on the trackpad and rotate them.
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