Tuesday, 10 July 2012
This tutorial will explain How to Rotate screen in Windows 7 using keyboard
You apparently have a monitor that is capable of rotating and you're making assumptions that every system works like yours.
Some graphic devices do support a keyboard shortcut to rotate the screen, notably nVidia, enables the Ctrl+Alt+Arrow Keys.
For ATI Radeon adapter users
- Installed the latest version of Catalyst Control Center;
- in the main screen you have the "Preferences" button; click it
- Click the first option ("Hotkeys" or similar, I have it in Italian, don'know exactly what is the english name)
- In the list, double-click the items you'd like to activate and assign a hotkey (i.e. CTRL-ALT+Cursor key). The ones meant to rotate the display are the first four.
- Click OK;