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Open the image file in Preview. Select the signature part. Hit Command-x to cut or Command-c to copy. Hit Command-n to make a new file from the cut or copied part. Click "Tools" in the menubar. Click "Rotate Left" or "Rotate Right" Hit Command-a to select all. Hit Command-c to Copy.
In the Preview app on your Mac, open the PDF you want to change. Do one of the following: Rotate one page: Click. (or use the Touch Bar) to rotate the page to the left. Continue clicking to keep rotating. To rotate a page to the right, press and hold the Option key and click. until you're done rotating the page .
Open the PDF file you need to sign in Preview. Click on the Markup icon ( ) and then the signature ( ) icon. Click on Create Signature > Click Here to Begin. Draw your signature on the trackpad. Click on the signature created to insert it into the PDF document.
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