How do I rotate pictures in OneNote?

Discussion in 'Onenote Newsgroup' started by John Adams, Sep 8, 2007.

  1. John Adams

    John Adams Guest

    I am using OneNote for classes, and I understand how to insert a .pdf file
    into OneNote, but it comes out sidways (which it isn't in the original file).
    How can I either get the inserted .pdf file to appear right-side up or how
    can I rotate the pictures after the file has been inserted?
     
    John Adams, Sep 8, 2007
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  2. You can "print" to the OneNote printer and make sure that Acrobat or Foxit
    or whatever you're using to print the PDF isn't set up to do so in
    landscape. You might have to play around with the print options in the PDF
    program to get it to print right into OneNote.

    But the bottom line unfortunately is that you can't rotate images once they
    are in OneNote.

    --
    Josh Einstein (Tablet PC MVP)
    Einstein Technologies
    Tablet Enhancements for Outlook - Try it free: www.tabletoutlook.com


    "John Adams" <John > wrote in message
    news:...
    >I am using OneNote for classes, and I understand how to insert a .pdf file
    > into OneNote, but it comes out sidways (which it isn't in the original
    > file).
    > How can I either get the inserted .pdf file to appear right-side up or how
    > can I rotate the pictures after the file has been inserted?
     
    Josh Einstein, Sep 9, 2007
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  3. Josh Einstein wrote:

    >> I am using OneNote for classes, and I understand how to insert a
    >> .pdf file into OneNote, but it comes out sidways (which it isn't
    >> in the original file).
    >> How can I either get the inserted .pdf file to appear right-side
    >> up or how can I rotate the pictures after the file has been
    >> inserted?

    >
    > You can "print" to the OneNote printer and make sure that Acrobat
    > or Foxit or whatever you're using to print the PDF isn't set up to
    > do so in landscape. You might have to play around with the print
    > options in the PDF program to get it to print right into OneNote.
    >
    > But the bottom line unfortunately is that you can't rotate images
    > once they are in OneNote.


    Added:
    A workaround for already existing images would be:
    - cut the image and paste it into a graphics application, f.e. the great
    freeware "IrfanView" [1];
    - rotate the image;
    - copy+paste it back into ON.

    Rainald
    [1] www.irfanview.com
     
    Rainald Taesler, Sep 9, 2007
    #3
  4. John Adams

    Kylie Guest

    One note - inserting pdf slides the right way up

    Hiya, I know you posted this two years ago.... but I've just had the same problem.

    I insert powerpoint and pdf lectures into one note and the pdf slides I could only get in sideways or upside down. I've been playing around with adobe and I've solved it.



    In the pdf file, click on print.... then untick the box auto-rotate and centre, then ok.

    Then lift the file and set it into the one note and insert as printouts... this time it will be the right way around.

    May be too late to be helpful to you, but might help someone else!



    John Adam wrote:

    How do I rotate pictures in OneNote?
    08-Sep-07

    I am using OneNote for classes, and I understand how to insert a .pdf file
    into OneNote, but it comes out sidways (which it isn't in the original file).
    How can I either get the inserted .pdf file to appear right-side up or how
    can I rotate the pictures after the file has been inserted?

    Previous Posts In This Thread:

    On 08 September 2007 15:46
    John Adam wrote:

    How do I rotate pictures in OneNote?
    I am using OneNote for classes, and I understand how to insert a .pdf file
    into OneNote, but it comes out sidways (which it isn't in the original file).
    How can I either get the inserted .pdf file to appear right-side up or how
    can I rotate the pictures after the file has been inserted?

    On 08 September 2007 23:33
    Josh Einstein wrote:

    You can "print" to the OneNote printer and make sure that Acrobat or Foxit or
    You can "print" to the OneNote printer and make sure that Acrobat or Foxit
    or whatever you're using to print the PDF isn't set up to do so in
    landscape. You might have to play around with the print options in the PDF
    program to get it to print right into OneNote.

    But the bottom line unfortunately is that you can't rotate images once they
    are in OneNote.

    --
    Josh Einstein (Tablet PC MVP)
    Einstein Technologies
    Tablet Enhancements for Outlook - Try it free: www.tabletoutlook.com


    "John Adams" <John > wrote in message
    news:...

    On 09 September 2007 18:47
    Rainald Taesler wrote:

    Re: How do I rotate pictures in OneNote?
    Josh Einstein wrote:


    Added:
    A workaround for already existing images would be:
    - cut the image and paste it into a graphics application, f.e. the great
    freeware "IrfanView" [1];
    - rotate the image;
    - copy+paste it back into ON.

    Rainald
    [1] www.irfanview.com

    EggHeadCafe - Software Developer Portal of Choice
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    Kylie, Nov 1, 2009
    #4
  5. Re: One note - inserting pdf slides the right way up

    Thanks for posting this info - might come in handy at some point.

    --
    -Ben-
    Ben M. Schorr, MVP
    Roland Schorr & Tower
    http://www.rolandschorr.com
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    Author: The Lawyer's Guide to Microsoft Outlook 2007:
    http://tinyurl.com/ol4law-amazon

    "Kylie" wrote in message news:...
    > Hiya, I know you posted this two years ago.... but I've just had the same
    > problem.
    >
    > I insert powerpoint and pdf lectures into one note and the pdf slides I
    > could only get in sideways or upside down. I've been playing around with
    > adobe and I've solved it.
    >
    >
    >
    > In the pdf file, click on print.... then untick the box auto-rotate and
    > centre, then ok.
    >
    > Then lift the file and set it into the one note and insert as printouts...
    > this time it will be the right way around.
    >
    > May be too late to be helpful to you, but might help someone else!
    >
    >
    >
    > John Adam wrote:
    >
    > How do I rotate pictures in OneNote?
    > 08-Sep-07
    >
    > I am using OneNote for classes, and I understand how to insert a .pdf file
    > into OneNote, but it comes out sidways (which it isn't in the original
    > file).
    > How can I either get the inserted .pdf file to appear right-side up or how
    > can I rotate the pictures after the file has been inserted?
    >
    > Previous Posts In This Thread:
    >
    > On 08 September 2007 15:46
    > John Adam wrote:
    >
    > How do I rotate pictures in OneNote?
    > I am using OneNote for classes, and I understand how to insert a .pdf file
    > into OneNote, but it comes out sidways (which it isn't in the original
    > file).
    > How can I either get the inserted .pdf file to appear right-side up or how
    > can I rotate the pictures after the file has been inserted?
    >
    > On 08 September 2007 23:33
    > Josh Einstein wrote:
    >
    > You can "print" to the OneNote printer and make sure that Acrobat or Foxit
    > or
    > You can "print" to the OneNote printer and make sure that Acrobat or Foxit
    > or whatever you're using to print the PDF isn't set up to do so in
    > landscape. You might have to play around with the print options in the PDF
    > program to get it to print right into OneNote.
    >
    > But the bottom line unfortunately is that you can't rotate images once
    > they
    > are in OneNote.
    >
    > --
    > Josh Einstein (Tablet PC MVP)
    > Einstein Technologies
    > Tablet Enhancements for Outlook - Try it free: www.tabletoutlook.com
    >
    >
    > "John Adams" <John > wrote in message
    > news:...
    >
    > On 09 September 2007 18:47
    > Rainald Taesler wrote:
    >
    > Re: How do I rotate pictures in OneNote?
    > Josh Einstein wrote:
    >
    >
    > Added:
    > A workaround for already existing images would be:
    > - cut the image and paste it into a graphics application, f.e. the great
    > freeware "IrfanView" [1];
    > - rotate the image;
    > - copy+paste it back into ON.
    >
    > Rainald
    > [1] www.irfanview.com
    >
    > EggHeadCafe - Software Developer Portal of Choice
    > MDI .NET Forms Include Docked Controls And Smaller MDIClient
    > http://www.eggheadcafe.com/tutorial...84-57049e53b8c5/mdi-net-forms-include-do.aspx
     
    Ben M. Schorr, MVP, Nov 3, 2009
    #5
  6. John Adams

    Guest

    On Saturday, September 8, 2007 3:46:01 PM UTC-4, John Adams wrote:
    > I am using OneNote for classes, and I understand how to insert a .pdf file
    > into OneNote, but it comes out sidways (which it isn't in the original file).
    > How can I either get the inserted .pdf file to appear right-side up or how
    > can I rotate the pictures after the file has been inserted?


    For OneNote 2013, in Adobe, click File then Print. In Page Sizing and Handling, I changed the orientation from Auto Portrait/Landscaping to Portrait. Then I printed the document from Adobe by changing my default printer to "Send to OneNote 2013". This solution enabled the PDF to be put in OneNote inthe correct orientation.
     
    , Oct 15, 2013
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