(PRWEB) March 05, 2013
Today PDF Rotator released the new freeware product PDF Rotator, which is an intuitive new solution to a problem which has plagued computer users for a great deal of time. PDF docs have become one of the major formats for storing and transferring digital documents. However, because these files are often created by scanning physical sources, problems with orientation of the text often arise during the creation process. Pages within PDF documents are often incorrectly rotated by human error or machine glitches, causing the finished product to be unusable by anyone who cannot rotate their screen to counter the effects. With an easy to grasp interface, PDF Rotator is feature-rich and has all the power needed to transform even complex PDF documents into a format readable to humans.
In addition to simple rotation at 90 or 180 degrees in either direction, PDF Rotator has the power to rotate in a specified page range. This allows users to target single pages or sections of a PDF, whose rotation does not match the rest of the document, creating a consistent feel for future readers. All of the changes made are permanent and even work on protected PDF documents, making this a superior solution to some PDF readers which have in-app rotation capabilities. PDF Rotator even has a special batch mode, which converts entire directories of PDF files that have similar formatting problems with a single set of instructions.
PDF Rotator has been designed for flexible deployment, and is supported on all versions of Windows from XP through Windows 8. Even better, its shareware licensing allows this new tool to be offered as freeware. With an unpacked size of only four megabytes, PDF Rotator can be installed even on older machines with smaller hard drives without fear of creating system bloat. Screenshots of the software and more information are available on PDF Rotator’s website at http://www.pdfrotator.com.
PDF Rotator also has a portable version available here: