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180 degree turn

Hello forum

Can any one help please

I managed to turn the screen 180 degrees and the only way i could read anything was to turn the monitor upside down. I must have pressed something on the keyboard. I tried everything but had to do a system restore. Luckily only two days before. I have asked the library IT teacher, who took it back to college but no one could answer the question. What did i do and how did i do it and how could i have corrected it without doing a system restore

I have a dell with windows xp

thanks eyedancer

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Press Control + Alt + Up arrow.

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With my PC here, it's in the monitor settings. Right click on an empty part of the desktop, choose properties and go and search for it.

With me, from there it's:
- settings tab
- Intel (R) Graphics Media Accelerator Driver tab
- Graphics Properties button
- Display settings tab
- enable rotation checkbox
- 180 degrees radio button

But, of course, if your machine has another graphics card, it could be on a different place.

Not too difficult to find. Took me half a minute or so.

Kees

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thanks I'll try it.
It is easy for some but I'm an old lady who is computer illiterate!

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