how do I rotate pages with adobe dc reader?
There is a simple way around it: Go to Preferences, Documents, checkmark 'Restore last view settings when reopening documents'.
This works but not if you save the file after rotating it. With the "Restore last view" checked the file will reopen with the rotation last viewed when you just close the file.
I just had a glitch where my document flipped itself while I was using it. Obviously this would indicate a glitch, and lead someone to think that Adobe, "Wants you to pay for those features..."
I don't get why your sarcastic tone over text was utilised. Obviously this person had a reason to believe their premise
It was probably just the way the document is viewed. Close it and then re-open and it should appear correctly once more. You can also change it back via the View menu bar.
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Here's the workaround I found:
View > Rotate View > select Clockwise or Counterclockwise to rotate the document whichever way you want
File > Print > select Microsoft Print to PDF from the Printer pulldown menu and uncheck Choose paper source by PDF page size under the Page Sizing & Handling section > Print
When the Save Print Output As screen appears rename the file and click Save
Correction: masure to check (not uncheck) the box labeled Choose paper source by PDF page size.
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Steps to rotate pages with adobe dc reader-
Open the document with the PDF reader.
Click View on the top toolbar.
Hover over the Rotate View option.
Select Clockwise or Counterclockwise rotation.