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Most electronic stores sell wall mounting brackets. There are several types. one mounts the LCD screen flat to the wall with a limited range of tilt. Another type mount the LCD screen on an arm that allows tilt and swing movements.
You've probably worked it out by now, but I thought I'd post the answer anyway, for anybody who may come looking in the future......
If you look at the back of the monitor you'll see two screws which can be easily removed. What's not as obvious is the THIRD screw. To get at it you need to remove the top plastic section of the stand; I carefully inserted a blade screwdriver in the groove, then gently twisted it in a few places. There's no need to dismantle the rest of the base.
It was my 12 year-old son's eagle eyes which spotted that third screw. My contribution to this part of his MAME project was figuring out how to get at it.