It is the very last line in your image - the 'RICHTEXT2' command.
Because it has x & y co-ordinates included in the command you will want to separate that out as an ADD2 command and then the RICHTEXT2 command.
So effectively you move to the text location and then rotate it.
Otherwise you will be rotating the text around a distant origin.
Actually, I take that back (a bit). The RICHTEXT2 in your example has an associated movement (the first two arguments) so you will also likely need to move your center of rotation as well. It may serve you best to delete the movement from within the RICHTEXT2 and add it before your new rotation with the ADD2 command and then use DEL 2 rather than DEL 1 so you can cancel both movements (the ADD2 and the ROT2).
If you don't do this, then it is very likely that your rotated text will end up somewhere you don't want it to be.
ed: Barry you just beat me with your example.
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I'm having hard time to comprehending this because of English is my second language. I tend to use visual to understand things better such as youtube (some kind of video instruction) or screenshot pointing out where it is error.
I attempted this for so long time and has not been achieve. Can you take look at my screenshot and see what I do wrong. I thought I tried your instruction but it doesn't work? The problem with text itself is disappearing. I was like where it goes. I am not sure.
It'd be nice to have you copy my screenshot and point it out state it is wrong position to place in. I only have been achieve with basic stuff like basic text change like ABC to other ABC. But, I was not able to do rotation properly. I am wondering if I am doing something wrong because I want to be able to achieve text changes or rotation, but I have been achieve with text changes. I really want to beat the rotation to work. Haha.
Here is the screenshot and take look at it and let me know where I do wrong. 😕