A rotation is specified by a percentage ratio similar to a road =
grade.

E.g., a 5% grade rises (or falls) 5 ft for every 100 ft of horizo=
ntal

distance ("rise over run"). To compute the percentage for a desired=

rotation, pick a point of the image that is to be rotated closer to

=
the edge of the medium. Choose how much closer to the edge you want

that=
point to be, i.e., the amount that the point needs to "shift"

(e.g. .2=
5"). Then measure the distance *along* that same edge from

the centerlin=
e of the image to that point (e.g. 27.75"). Divide the

shift by the dist=
ance and multiply by 100. (E.g. 100 x .25 / 27.75

=3D .9.)

A positive number causes the software to compensate by rotating the

i=
mage in a counter-clockwise direction. A negative number causes

clockwis=
e rotation.

Profile Example (this includes split offset, but rotation tags could be = used by themselves):

<?xml version=3D"1.0" encoding=3D"UTF-8"?>

<!DOCTYPE profile=
SYSTEM "WebGrowthProfile.dtd">

<profile>

<measurePosition x =3D "1" y =3D "1" unit =3D "inch" />

<mea=
sureShift x =3D "1" y =3D "1" unit =3D "mm" />

<plate tower=3D"1" side=3D"U" alignX=3D"R" offsetX=3D"-.12" >

&=
lt;expansion xpercent=3D"0.80" />

</plate>

<plate tower=
=3D"2" side=3D"U" alignX=3D"R" offsetY=3D"0.08" >

<expansion xperc=
ent=3D"0.50" />

</plate>

<plate tower=3D"3" side=3D"U" al=
ignX=3D"R" >

<expansion xpercent=3D"0.20" />

<rotation an=
gle=3D"1" />

</plate>

<plate tower=3D"4" side=3D"U" align=
X=3D"R" >

<expansion xpercent=3D"0.00" />

<rotation angle=
=3D"-1" />

</plate>

</profile>