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How do I rotate an image using MacBook Pro?

Apologies if this is a daft question, very new to VideoScribe! Tutorial says to 'click and hold on the icon in the centre of an element' . . . but that doesn't seem to do anything. Have tried doing so in conjunction with the Command key, Control key, even the fn key.  Am I missing the obvious?!

Thanks for any help.

Hi Rose-Marie,


Not a daft question at all you just need to understand how it works.


Using the trackpad on your Macbook select the element that you want to rotate, put the cursor over the rotate icon in the middle of the image, click the trackpad down and keep the trackpad clicked down, then move the cursor out from the icon and move it up or down to rotate the element. The further away from the rotate icon your cursor is the finer the amount of adjustment.


Regards


Andy

Hi Andy Thanks for your help - rotation achieved! Kind regards, Rose-Marie

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