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I have scanned .jpg images, and as the to-be-scanned documents of various types in excess in size that don't fit in the scanners' screen, they must be laid vertically, or horizontally, whichever fits the screen size.
The problem occurs when printing in pdf format after rotating them, as necessary. At the end of the printing process appears a little preview of the .jpg image(s) to be printed, and it shows the original unrotated image as preview, and the printed image also shows the unrotated image in pdf format. This occurs even when I rotate the image beforehand, and even when I re-save it with a painting tool (Paint.NET); it appears that whether it's rotated or not does not matter when it comes to printing in pdf format.
I'm using DoPDF v6 on Windows XP SP3, converting only .jpg images to pdf. I appreciate ideas, information, fixes that would solve or are pertinent to this problem. Thanks.