Solution

Make a selection or choose the layer you'd like to rotate. Select Edit > Free Transform or press Ctrl-T (Command T), and move your cursor outside the bounding box. You'll see that it turns into a curved, two-headed arrow as shown in this example. You can click and drag this cursor to rotate the elements within the bounding box.

Hold down the Shift key to constrain the angle movement to 15-degree increments. You can also set a specific angle of rotation (between -180° and 180°) in the Angle text box in the options bar.

I X;I 153.5 px~| a Y:[122.0 px 11 W:I 100% jj H: 100,0% j 30.0~7^| H:| 0.0 V:. 0.

I X;I 153.5 px~| a Y:[122.0 px 11 W:I 100% jj H: 100,0% j 30.0~7^| H:| 0.0 V:. 0.

Rotating a selection

TIP Rotation Alternatives

For 90- or 180-degree rotations, you can select Edit > Transform and choose from Rotate 180°, Rotate 90° CW, or Rotate 90° CCW.

Setting the angle of rotation in the options bar Press Enter or double-click inside the bounding box to complete the transformation.

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