6 Replies
Steve Gannon

Hi LeaAnn,

Try this...

1. Draw a rectangle over the video.

2. Remove the border from the rectangle and make the fill 100% transparent.

3. Bring the video in front of the rectangle.

4. Group the rectangle and video together.

5. Rotate the group to the desired angle (the video may not appear to rotate; that's OK).

6. Now preview the slide. The video should appear rotated to the angle you rotated the group.

Hope that helps!

LeaAnn Herring

Thank you so much for your suggestions.  I actually was ready to use Steve's suggestion and got access to Windows Movie Maker and rotated the photo in there.  I may still use it as I don't like the format of the video.  This is always a great 'go to' when I need help, thank you everyone!