I printed a board recently and, long story short, the pads aren't laid out correctly for two IC's: a SOIC8 MAX1771 and an 80-pin HV507. I moved all the pads from the top to the bottom layer, but forgot to flip the sides. Thus, along one side of the SOIC8 pads, for example, the connections number 4–1 instead of 1–4. I did something similar for the HV507. To give a better idea of the issue, if you pushed the IC through the board, then bent all of its pins upside-down, it would be connected correctly.
I can re-print the board, but I'd like to be able to test with the board that I have. That said, I've had difficulty finding a DIP adapter for the HV507. Is there any work-around for a reversed IC pinout that doesn't involve extensive new materials?