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My screen is vertical and not horizontal

I could not find vga setting in the r/h corner. I have a Lenovo laptop. I looked in the control panel and couldn't find anything to change to make this adjustment. Please help. Lenovo would not help me when I called tech support. Thanks

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Hit ctrl-Alt and then UP key

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