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Set Rotation of a group of objects to 0?

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Hello - in this image, the "side front" group of objects has a rotation of 27.1 degrees.  I'd like to keep this group looking the same on the screen, but set the rotation to 0.  I want to do this because I rotate this group to match my seams for sewing, and then I need to rotate the group back to it's original orientation so that I can cut the pattern on the straight grain.  It is far easier to do this if the original orientation is 0, rather than having to remember that it's 27.1 degrees.  Is there a way to do this? Thanks!

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Under the Select Menu there is an option to cycle the selection box Select > Cycle Selection Box You can also use the shortcut key period .


This doesn't appear to be a permanent setting. 

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