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I am using sidewaysfigure for many of my figures.

When I print out my document, for reasons I don't understand, the figure captions are on the inside and not the outside.

Is there a quick way to flip all the sideways figures without affecting anything else?

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\usepackage[counterclockwise]{rotating}

rotates the figures anticlockwise.

\usepackage[clockwise]{rotating}

rotates them clockwise.

\usepackage[figuresleft]{rotating}

rotates all figures so that the captions are on the left, regardless of whether the page is odd or even.

\usepackage[figuresright]{rotating}

rotates all figures so that the captions are on the right, regardless of whether the page is odd or even.

  • Thank you. This didn't seem to work for me. I tried [clockwise] also, but my figures appear to be in the same orientation. Any idea why? – user1551817 Jun 27 '15 at 7:11
  • @user1551817 Sorry. I think I was confusing the (counter)clockwise options with the figuresleft(right) ones. See edit. If you would post a minimal example document, I could test an answer. But hopefully one of the figures options is what you want. – cfr Jun 27 '15 at 11:30

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