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Adobe Photoshop tutorial to rotate a scanned image correctly to its exact position with the help of ruler tool.

It is sometimes very hard to fix the scanned or incorrectly positioned image to its position before the work we have to start. Sometimes it takes a lot of time to fix it using rotate tool and guide tool. There is an easy way to fix any images or objects to its right horizontal or vertical position in adobe Photoshop with the ruler tool. Many of them may not notice it or didn't think about it. So have a look at the following demonstration which is gonna save a lot of time from this time.

1) This is a picture which position is jagged upwards.  


2) Take the ruler tool just below the eyedropper tool and color sampler tool from the tool box on left side which is shown in the image below.


3) Drag the ruler through the line which is angled approximately 40 degree upwards from right as shown in the picture.



4) Once you correctly drawn the line choose Image> Image rotation> Arbitrary..



5) Rotate canvas window will popup showing some angle measurement. Don't worry about it, just click OK.



6) Now the magic is done, your image is in it's exact position as you want. See the image below which the position is corrected. So easy. Please share with your friends. Have fun.



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