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Rotating pdf's in OneNote 2010

Posted on 2013-06-10
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I have scanned a few items using my printer and they come into my email as pdf's.  When I click and drag the pdf into OneNote it puts it in rotated incorrectly.  How can I rotate the object once I have it in there?  Thank you for any help you have with this question.
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I have scanned a few items using my printer and they come into my email as pdf's
Have you tried scanning into a document? You should be able to find a 'Scan to file'. If so, open the scanned document with any PDF reader, rotate it then use the 'Send to NoeNote 2010' print option.

I didn't see any rotate option for PDF documents in OneNote.
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