There doesn't seem to be a simple way, though it wouldn't be difficult to rotate on your device first, then attach to the page.
On the other hand, you can rotate a div macro.
Add this to the Styles field of the div macro:
width: 333px; height: 333px; -ms-transform: rotate(90deg); /* IE 9 */ -webkit-transform: rotate(90deg); /* Chrome, Safari, Opera */ transform: rotate(90deg)
The problem is that it will rotate based on the center of the div, which stretches across the entire viewable area so you have to resize the div to match the image. In this case, when I edit the image, it says it's 333px, so that's the size I made the div. Then I applied the rotation to the div.
So really not a great solution, but it works in a pinch.
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