Re: photo-ware question
- From: "Lesley Robertson" <l.a.robertson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 8 Jul 2011 21:06:15 +0200
"singhals" wrote in message news:mailman.7.1310143291.27179.gencmp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Lesley Robertson wrote:
"singhals"<singhals@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I need to rotate an image 45-degrees. None of my friends have photoware
that does that.
So, do any of the programs do it in the newer versions?
They will all rotate 90, 180, or 270; I need 45 -- easier than clipping
image, rotating, rescanning, and cleaning it all up again!
Photoshop does it - it'll let you define exactly how many degrees, and in
what direction. The Essentials version has everything I need (rather than
pay for the full version). If it's a one-off, you might find a demo
somewhere. Alternatively, a lot of scanners and printers have a copy
supplied with them.
Hmm ... not in the version I've got. But, my D-i-L is
expected back tomorrow, so I'll let her do it with her v9. (g)
I have v7. Go to Image > Rotate > Custom. Feed it the number of degrees you want, and whether right or left. My last version did it as well - may have been v5.