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With Intel HD Graphics Control Panel:
Rotate to 0 Degree: <Ctrl><Alt>Up arrow
Rotate to 90 Degree: <Ctrl><Alt>Left arrow
Rotate to 180 Degree: <Ctrl><Alt>Down arrow
Rotate to 270 Degree: <Ctrl><Alt>Right arrow
You can enter this Hot Keys panel by pressing:
Or right click on the desktop you will find:
Graphic Option. Click on it and in the expanded balloon,
On monitor menu. This, I have no information. Couldn't find it on my Dell E2011H menu.
Some wide-screen monitors have a "rotate" option in the software that comes with the monitor -- you physically rotate the screen 90 degrees, and then Windows will rotate the entire "desktop" so that you now have an "extra-tall' screen, instead of an "extra-wide" screen.
Right click on an empty spot on the desktop, scroll down to the video control panel, may be Nvidia or ATI. Look in the left pane for an entry that states, "screen orientation" or "rotate screen". set the degrees to zero or follow the illustrated view and hit apply or ok.
im not sure if this will help but if your video card have its own control panel try going there and try looking for Rotate Display or something close to it. Im using Nvidia 6200LE and it has the option to rotate 90 and 180 degrees..you might want to try it
I have lots of Dell monitors and none of them has the ability to flip the screen orientation built into them. What I suspect has happened is he accidentally hit a keystroke combination that activated a feature in your video card driver. If you have the built-in Intel Extreme Graphics read this link and let us know if it helps. http://engtech.wordpress.com/2006/08/01/stupid-windows-features-monitor-display-turns-sideways-or-upside-down/