If you’ve ever wished you could rotate your monitor 90 degrees and view web pages or long documents in portrait mode, you’re in luck. Many monitors these days are designed with this feature in mind, and it’s easy to set up. Here’s how.
First, find the menu button on your monitor. This will usually be a physical button on the side or front of the monitor, though some monitors may have on-screen controls. Once you’ve found the menu button, press it to open the on-screen display (OSD) menu. Use the arrow keys on the menu to navigate to the ‘Display Settings’ or ‘Picture Settings’ option, and press the ‘Enter’ key to select it.
Now, use the arrow keys to navigate to the ‘Orientation’ or ‘Screen Orientation’ option. You may need to press the ‘Menu’ or ‘OK’ button to access this option. Use the arrow keys to select ‘Portrait’ mode, and then press the ‘Enter’ key to confirm your selection.
Your monitor should now be in portrait mode. To return to landscape mode, simply follow the steps above and select ‘Landscape’ mode instead. That’s all there is to it!
If you have any trouble following these steps, consult your monitor’s manual for more specific instructions.