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skater1788

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some how my screen has turned upside down as if i turned over my moniter. i probably pressed somthing but im not to sure. plz help asap.

thx, sorry if this is the wrong forums :tazz:
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Did you walk back to your computer after lunch to find your entire screen is upside down? You have fallen victim to one of the most common office gags.

Holding down CTRL and ALT while pressing the DOWN ARROW flips the screen upside down. :)

:tazz:

To undo it, and flip it back to normal, hold down CTRL and ALT and press the UP ARROW.


To stop it happening again right-click on an empty area on the desktop, click on 'properties' then on the 'settings' tab followed by the 'Advanced' button. On here there is a tab relating to graphics, click on the tab then on the 'Graphics properties' button, choose the 'rotation' tab and remove the tick from the 'Enable Rotation' - remember to click 'apply'.
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nope i did it fooling with the keyboard :) i feel so stupid :tazz:

thanks alot for your help :)
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Thank You for letting me know it is OK now
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