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Document Rotation

To rotate a document, use the following commands.

  • Rotate Clockwise

    Rotates the document clockwise through 90 degrees. To perform this command, right-click the viewed document, choose the Rotate Clockwise item, or press Ctrl + Shift + Add.

  • Rotate Counterclockwise

    Rotates the document counterclockwise through 90 degrees. To do this, invoke the context menu by right-clicking the document, choose the Rotate Counterclockwise item, or press Ctrl + Shift + Subtract.

To specify the rotation angle in code, use the PdfViewer.RotationAngle property.

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