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Hi, Your projector is probably set for ceiling mount which will project an upside down image because the projector is normally mounted upside down when installed on the ceiling. Go into the menu and select extended then select projection then select front. That should return the image to right side up.
I am 99% sure most projectors are mounted upside down. There should be a way to simply flip the image electronically via the option menu.
In most projector OCD menu (keep in mind you may want to do this before mounting), under the "Installation" or "Initial Installation" section should be an option about Projection mode/method. The options should allow you to pick front, rear, ceiling, or ceiling+rear. This sets the project to know when it will be in front of the screen, behind it, and/or attached to the ceiling (which it knows will be upside down). Then you simply set it to ceiling, mount the projector, and finish your other adjustments as needed.
Go into the setup menu. Go to Display and there should be a setting to invert the signal. You have inadvertently toggled that setting. There are settings for rear projection called image reverse (don't change that one and also for inverted which could be called ceiling mount.
Since you have not mentioned the model it is diffficult if the option of reverse image is available on the menu. If so all you need to do is to scroll the menu and reverse/invert this image. If not the other option is to mount the projector with the projector fitted on a small stand in the same direction and not invereted. I hope you will search for this in the menu or in the rear panel. If not mount it in the actual position with a stand so that you can corrrect the height using the provided screw adjusters.Helpful? Good day
Hit the menu/select button to bring up the menu either on the projector or on the projector remote then go down until advanced is highlighted then press the menu/select button then move down until Ceiling Project is highlighted and hit the menu/select button again to get the image right side up. If you have the manual for the projector this information can be found on page 34.