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Hi All,

I thought I might start the year by asking the dumbest question ever.

Is anyone printing spine labels where the label is 50 mm wide by 25 mm high i.e. sideways compared to how they end up on the book, and you have dealt with this by rotating your print template sideways?



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I haven't rotated text for spine labels, but have for other print templates. You just need to set TextRotation to either right or left and that'll shift it 90 degrees in the orientation you wish. Here's a Stack overflow on that.

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