On 07/08/15 05:29 PM, charles meyer wrote:
You could run Linux in a VM and use one of the free PDF manipulators. Or
you could convert it to a pixel graphic and rotate that.
I have little experience with Libre Draw so I very much appreciate
your help with rotating a pdf counterclockwise,
I’ve tried with Rotate and Convert but that doesn’t do it.
What’s the best way to rotate a pdf image in Libre Draw (Libre Office
ver. 4.3 - Windows XP Pro).
Another option would be to use Scribus instead of LibreOffice Draw. It's
a DTP so it's better suited to that task.
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