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  1. These are the steps I have to do now:  open the PDF from Evernote with Preview in Mac, rotate the pages, save the copy of the PDF on my desktop or elsewhere on my Mac, drag the new PDF into Evernote, delete the old PDF, and then delete the revised PDF from my Mac.  You used to be able to rotate a PDF in Preview from Evernote and then the PDF would just save right back into Evernote without all the extra saving, dragging, and deleting.  That just seems like a lot of steps, but if that's the only way do it, oh well...  

    I guess I need to submit a feature request for this to Evernote.

  2. I use Evernote on my Mac and iPhone.  This happens when I scan a document into Evernote using ScanSnap which is supposed to auto rotate, but doesn't always do it.  I know that with images, you can rotate them within the Evernote app and they save directly in Evernote.  My issue is that I am scanning pages of personal letters for archival purposes, but also to be able to share them with family members to read them, so it does matter if one of the pages is upside down or sideways and therefore quite difficult to read.

    Pink Elephant - is PDF Expert an app for IOS? 

  3. I am really stunned that there seems to be no way that doesn't take multiple steps to rotate a pdf in Evernote.  I have tried opening, rotating and saving in Preview, as I used to be able to do, but now it only says that I have to save a copy somewhere, and then I have to drag it back into Evernote.  Is there really no easier way to do this?

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