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I am wondering: After I rotate an element in Illustrator to an un-even angle, is there a simple way to rotate it back to an even angle later?

Whenever I try to get a shape back to 0 degrees or 90 degrees, it always seems to be off by a smidgen.

Any solution?

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marked as duplicate by SOIA, Darth_Vader, Vincent, Benteh, JohnB Feb 14 '14 at 13:15

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The Subscribe plugin from Astute Graphics has an orient tool for snapping artwork back to right angles, I use it all the time. It also includes some other tools for drawing circles by points, etc. Very useful, and free - http://www.astutegraphics.com/software/subscribe/

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