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Old 02-10-2008
Photonel
 

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Screen Orientation
My computer magicly on its on had a change in it's screen orientation. It
was normal one minute, then the next it rotated 90 degrees. I think some
keys were pressed by mistake on the key board, but I do not know what ones
and how to fix this problem. If anyone can help I would greatly appriciate
it.
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Old 02-10-2008
Malke
 

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Re: Screen Orientation
Photonel wrote:

> My computer magicly on its on had a change in it's screen orientation. It
> was normal one minute, then the next it rotated 90 degrees. I think some
> keys were pressed by mistake on the key board, but I do not know what ones
> and how to fix this problem. If anyone can help I would greatly
> appriciate it.


Try Ctrl-Alt-Up arrow.

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Old 02-10-2008
Ken Blake, MVP
 

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Re: Screen Orientation
On Sat, 9 Feb 2008 22:39:00 -0800, Photonel
<Photonel@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

> My computer magicly on its on had a change in it's screen orientation. It
> was normal one minute, then the next it rotated 90 degrees. I think some
> keys were pressed by mistake on the key board, but I do not know what ones
> and how to fix this problem. If anyone can help I would greatly appriciate
> it.




The ability to rotate the screen image is a feature of your video
card, to help it work with monitors that rotate to portrait
orientation. You accidentally pressed Ctrl-Alt, and some arrow key.
Rotate it back using those keys.

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