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    David, eh? commented  · 

    I've got the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader DC (20.013.20064).
    - I opened a PDF that showed the wrong rotation of the doc
    - I clicked View / Rotate view>counterclockwise (doc is now showing correct orientation)
    - I clicked File>Save As: and chose the same folder and same doc name. Adobe correctly asks me if "Replace existing file?" I answer "Yes" then exit the Adobe Acrobat Reader DC.
    - I notice in the Windows Explorer that the doc has a new update date/time
    - I open that same file
    --> RESULT: It is still in the OLD orientation. The clockwise rotation I applied was NOT saved.

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