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    perfect, thank you so much

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Hi.

Press and hold the following key combination, the three keys must be held down at the same time:

Ctrl+Alt+Arrow UP.

Ctrl+Alt+Arrow buttons turns the display orientation.

Posted on Aug 27, 2010

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