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My screen has suddenly turned 90 degrees to the right how do i fx

While i was waiting for my computer to boot up my son sat at keyboard and pressed something and suddenly the whole screen/view/picture turned 90 degrees right so all the text now types vertically downwards and i have to turn my head to the right permanently to be able to read or type anything which is extremely exhaustirng and my neck is killing me, let alone all the spelling mistakes i keep having to correct! can you please, please help it sounds like a silly question to which there is suposedly a simple answer. desperately await help

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You may want to look into your video card settings about that. Most intel video card has that feature. You should be able to press the CTRL button and the LEFT button to change it. If thats not it then look into the control panel.

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