How to Rotate PDF

How to Rotate PDF

Some PDF files may have been scanned from original paper documents incorrectly and may be shown rotated.

GoodReader allows you to change the orientation of your pages with just a few clicks. The rotation is permanent, so your pages will be facing the right way when you re-open the file.

GoodReader offers you two way to do this:
1
You can rotate the entire file in GoodReader without making any actual changes in the file.
The app will be shown the file to you properly rotated, but the original file will not be modified in any way. You do this by opening the file and using the File Settings button.
2
You can rotate some or all pages and save the changes into the file.
So the proper page rotations will actually become a part of the original file. You do this by using the Page Management window.
Select pages, rotate them, then save the revised file.
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