rotating A package built on the standard LaTeX graphics package, which performs all the different sorts of rotation one might like, including complete floating figures/tables and their captions. The commented source contains the manual, and there is a set of tests in examples.tex. The file examples.tex doubles as a (somewhat disorganised) tutorial for use of the package. Install by running TeX on rotating.ins and place `rotating.sty' "where LaTeX can find it" -- see http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?label=inst-wlcf for guidance on such installation. Alternatively, a .tds.ins file is available on the CTAN install tree: install that at the root of your TEXMF-LOCAL tree. Robin Fairbairns 2008-05-19
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rotating – Rotation tools, including rotated full-page floats
A package built on the standard LaTeX graphics package to perform all the different sorts of rotation one might like, including complete figures and tables with their captions.If you want continuous text (i.e., more than one page) set in landscape mode, use the lscape package instead. The rotating packages only deals in rotated boxes (or floats, which are themselves boxes), and boxes always stay on one page. If you need to use the facilities of the float in the same document, load rotating.sty via rotfloat, which smooths the path between the rotating and float packages.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2001-2003,2007-2009 Robin Fairbairns|
Sebastian Rahtz (inactive)
|Contained in||TeXLive as rotating|
|MiKTeX as rotating|
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