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Icon, screen saver & all programs on screen rotated 90 degress

Our 7# dog ran across the floor while the kids were playing a computer game. He ran on the key board. Now when you look at the laptop you need to put it on it's side, like a portrait. The mouse pad on the laptop works backward. If you want to move up & down, you move your finger side to side.

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Press Ctrl + Alt + Up Arrow all together on your keyboard, that should fix it.

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