So I had to delete all the text boxes and then rotate the page. Now I'll have to put the boxes back in with the text flipped to run sideways. Furthermore, I have to change the colored map to black-and-white, because I think it will raise the price of the book too much to ask for a colored illustration. So I can't color code anything -- for example, in order to differentiate the fortresses of the Shum'za from those of the Da'no'no Shshi. I may have to vary the symbols. So you can see I still have a lot of work.
Now a surprise: I've decided to print the original colored map here on this blog, on a separate page. You can go right now to that page and view it! When I get the b & w one done, I'll add it so you can compare them. [I had a devil of a time getting the thing to hold its formatting while I turned it into a JPEG! And would you believe it? I typed every letter on that map in Times New Roman and it converted part of them into Arial or something similar! No way to fix it! Not that it matters particularly -- I kind of like the Arial. Anyway, on the actual book, I'll just be using copy & paste to put in the drawing. What this means for Kindle I shudder to think!]
Addendum to the above, added 6/12/12: I finished the black-and-white map, but when I inserted it into the template, it completely rearranged the text in the text boxes! But now I've figured out why it does that. If there is a default paragraph form in the document into which the material is being inserted, it reverts to that. Therefore, all the text came out with indention and spacing after paragraphs. So what I'll always have to do is wait to format the text boxes until the piece is actually in the document. But it's taken me nearly all day to do this!
Consequently, I'm not going to try to insert a copy of the map in this blog. I know it will alter it again and it's not worth taking the time to fix it. You can look at the colored map and wait for the print book to see the black and white one.