Move it in a clockwise way by putting the cursor on the top end of the blank part of tool bar and pull it to the top right. now, to th right and then to down, left.
If the icons or tool bar is too big, drag the cursor over it until you get both arrows; hold down left side and draw down. You will see the start at top left, then top right to bottom right to bottom left. Darrell Lewis
I don't even know what the proper name for this problem is.
I'll try my best to paint an easy picture:
basically, the entire screen (not physical part) of windows xp os is flipped. the system tray/task bar is on my left side. EVERYTHING including my wallpaper, windows login screen, folders, programs, IE browser - all of them requires me to tip my head to the left side if i want to do anything.
This is truly an odd incident and I didn't even know how to begin a google search without knowing how to even identify such problem.
If this happened to anybody, please tell me how to fix it, because I am out of ideas and postingon forums is as good as I can do.
What I was doing before the screen reverted: simply typing in microsoft word. I was pressing ctrl + b to bold a word, i might have pressed ctrl + m or + n while i was typing - not sure at all... absolutely nothing else was being done...