The Image Orientation option enables you to select the positioning of the printed image on the page.
To change page orientation:
Choose the Advanced Tab.
Expand the Paper/Output Options.
Select the Image Orientation feature.
Select one of the following options:
Portrait means that the printed image is taller than it is wide. When you view a page that is printed with a Portrait orientation, you hold it with the long edges to the sides.
Landscape orientation prints an image that is wider than it is tall. When you view a page that is printed with a Landscape orientation, you hold it with the short edges to the sides.
Rotated Landscape enables you to rotate or flip the orientation of landscape pages on the printed page. (PostScript drivers only.) When using this feature in conjunction with documents that have a mixed orientation (portrait and landscape), only the pages with a landscape orientation will be rotated.
When you select stapled output, your drivers automatically perform any required rotation to achieve optimum output. If you are unsure how the printed document will look, print a sample document and view the results before selecting the Rotated Landscape option.