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I am currently using win xp sp2. While I am using the filmstrip function which window provide, I can easily rotate my 2.0 megapixel (1600 X 1200) picture taken from my camera. However, for my 4.0 megapixel picture (1704 X 2272), after I click the rotate, it just does not move.

Are there such a limitation? Or it's just my window's problem?
Please let me know.

Thanks a lot for all your help!
Jack
 
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my guess is it is a limitation of the windows application you are using...maybe try something else like paint shop pro(free trial)
 
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