How to rotate an object inserted into an Excel sheet

tkroper

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Hi everyone!

I have inserted a 1-page PDF document into an Excel 2003 sheet, but I am unable to rotate the object.

The rotation option in >Format>Object>Size is grayed-out, and so is the rotate 90 degrees button on the Picture Toolbar.

Is there a way to rotate my object, or am I stuck with it the way it is?

Thank you for your help!

Todd
 

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Now just select the object and you be able to rotate via normal commands
 
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Thank you Ivan!! I appreciate you for your help on this. I knew there must be a simple solution.

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