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Some video cards support screen rotation. You may have accomplished this by pressing CTRL + ALT + Left Arrow. To change it back simply press CTRL + ALT + Up Arrow. If this does not work then try restarting. If that does not work you may have to change your view from Landscape to Portrait in you video card software program. If it is an Nvidia card then open display properties>>Settings>>nvrotate.
You will need to 1. try to unstick the button on the front of the monitor or purchase a new monitor I had a Compaq 17" monitor do that to me and the button was stuck sideways Let me know if I can help out anymore
you turned the display be a function button, but without knowing which, use system restore instead, click start>programmes>accesories>system tools>system restore and choose a restore date a few days ago