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In Adobe Acrobat (not Adobe Reader) you can rotate the pages and save the document.
In Adobe Reader 9 you can rotate all the pages with CTRL+.
My question was: "is there a command line parameter that I can use to start the reader from another program so it already comes up with the pages rotated, so the users don't have to do it."
The answer to your question: No.
OK, I have found out that you can select "auto rotate and center" when you print a document. There should be a command line parameter that you could use to start the reader that way, so landscape pages would come up in landscape, and portrait in portrait. Else the user will need to twist his/her neck to read the different pages!
(If you use CTRL+ to read the landscape pages, then the portrait ones are wrong...)
Also, there should be a user preference to remember this selection.
How do you request a feature from Adobe?
Does anybody from Adobe read this forum?
Are my users the only ones complaining about this?
Am I the only one producing documents with mixed portrait/landscape pages?
When you create the PDF documents with Adobe Acrobat you can rotate the pages in Adobe Acrobat.
That's what I figured.
I read your post under "OEM" right after I saw the other one.
I edited my message there asap.