Powershell .. How to create a Vertical Label or TextBox

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    Bana_Asawa

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    I have the horizontal labels and textbox down pretty good and have created multiple GUI. Next part (aesthetics only) would be to place a vertical label or textbox above my stacks of checkboxes, each row checkboxes already has a label to the right of it. Purpose would be for information to the user. Fundamentally taking a label or textbox and rotate it 90 degrees. Any insights are greatly appreciated.
     
    Bana_Asawa, Dec 7, 2018
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    Wolfie

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    Wolfie, Dec 8, 2018
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    I'll agree with Wolfie.

    PowerShell is a lot like DOS/Disk Operating System and Windows' Command Prompt in it's command line functions. GUI/Graphical User Interface and WYSIWYG/What You See Is What You Get is a good part of why Windows and other Operating Environments were created "way back", accomplish such things as rotating text.
     
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