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Old 09-17-2019, 04:51 PM   #1
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I am trying to post a chart but it is sideways. How can I turn it one notch to the right to be straight up?
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Old 09-17-2019, 06:34 PM   #2
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Hi

Hi Scott

The software that is used for the forum Pace and Cap
does not allow or feature photo editing.

My recommendation is if you are using windows is to go to the built-in
software called PAINT. You should see it in the folder Windows Accessories

Open PAINT and then in the file select OPEN and load your chart.

Now select ROTATE You will get 5 options select the rotation that
sets your chart the correct way

Now save your rotated chart,

Now you can post it here on Pace and Cap

There are some free photo editing programs online
but I would be wary of "free" stuff

Pay for license software like Photoshop elements works great
and not outrageous

Paint is in windows and for me works well enough

OUR...

Just post it as is and I can edit it on my end
I am always around


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