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Posts: 34
Registered: ‎01-29-2011
My Device: Classic
My Carrier: Bell




I hope someone out there can help me. I am having a devil of a time opening rotating and saving a picture. This is such an easy operation on my curve and laptop computer that I've begun to take it for granted. I have downloaded nearly a half dozen apps varying from .99 to 4.99. The closest I can achieve is to open rotate and save the picture as a new file with lower resolution. This leaves me with two copies of the same picture. One copy has the wrong orientation and the other is too small and I can't seem to find in what album the small new copy is saved. Surely this is more simple than I'm making it. Can anyone out there tell me how they rotate pictures on a PlayBook? I will greatly appreciate any help any one might be able to offer. 



G.J. Evans