Did you know that if you click on the rotate icon in the Control palette in Adobe InDesign, which selects the text for the field, and enter a number, then hold the Shift key down and press Enter, the rotate input field stays highlighted so you can type in another amount for the object to be rotated – allowing you to get the rotation amount just right without having to go back to the Rotate icon again. Of course you could just free rotate the object by selecting it and hitting the “R” key and dragging the handles of your object, but it’s difficult to be precise using Free Rotate.