I have downloaded your trial version and am trying to rotate an entire PDF file 90 degrees clockwise. Each time I try the usage meter increments and tells me I have one less try but I do not get a resulting output file.
Thanks for your message, we have several tools which can be used to rotate PDF pages, please look at following web pages for more information,
Rotate PDF in batch through command line by PDF Toolbox,
Rotate pdf even number pages using Advanced PDF Tools Command Line,
Rotate pdf 90 degree in VeryPDF PDF Editor software,
We hope PDF Toolbox and Advanced PDF Tools Command Line software will work fine to you, you may download these products from our website to try,
PDF Page Master Command Line can be used to rotate PDF pages too,
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