Half the online world is in landscape, like movies. The other half is is portrait, like most web pages. The iPhone and similar devices make a big deal about their ability to go back and forth. I don’t understand why computers monitors all don’t do that as well.
I got one of the last few that does. ViewSonic VP2365wb if that matters. Essential for reading old newspaper articles and clipping them into jpegs along with other useful chores.
ViewSonic used to provide an icon in the taskbar that switched you from landscape to portrait. And a series of keyboard commands that did the same thing. I can’t find those anymore.
So I do it the long way. In Windows 7, Control Panel => Appearance => Display => Change Display Settings.
Is there a way to create a taskbar shortcut that will take me directly to Change Display Settings?