You can change the form of an editable area of a mask by rotating, scaling, sizing, flipping, skewing, distorting, or applying perspective to it. If an editable area is floating above the image, it is automatically merged with the underlying image when it is transformed.
Lets you rotate an editable area
Lets you size an editable area to a percentage of its original size
Lets you change the width and height of an editable area
Lets you create a mirror image of an editable area by flipping the object vertically or horizontally
Lets you slant an editable area in one direction. One side remains stationary while the other sides move in the specified direction. All opposite sides maintain a parallel relation to each other.
Lets you stretch or shrink an editable area disproportionately
Lets you give a three-dimensional appearance to an editable area
You can rotate an editable area by a specific angle by typing a value in the Rotation angle box on the property bar and clicking the Apply transformation button .
You can move the center of rotation relative to its current location by clicking the Relative center button on the property bar, typing new values in the Position boxes, and clicking the Apply transformation button.