Step 1 Click once on the Windows "Start" button, once on "Settings," and select the "Control Panel" option.
Step 2 Click once on the "Appearance and Themes" link under the "Pick a category" section of the "Control Panel" window.
Step 3 Click once on the "Display" link under the "Control Panel" section of the "Appearance and Themes" window. This action will generate the "Display Properties" pop-up window.
Step 4 Click once on the "Settings" tab on the "Display Properties" window and then once on the "Advanced" button. This will generate another window specific to your monitor.
Click once on the "Driver" tab on the monitor-specific pop-up window. Depending on the type of monitor driver you have, the name of the tab may vary. However, it will be a separate tab on the window.
Step 6 Click once on the "Graphics Properties" button on the "Driver" tab.
Step 7 Click on the "Display Settings" tab, and click once in the "Enable Rotation" box. This action will allow you to flip the screen image.
Click once in one of the "Degrees" ratio buttons (0, 90, 180, 270) to flip the screen image. To flip the screen upside down, use the 180-degrees option.
Click once on the "Apply" button. The screen will momentarily adjust according to the settings that you selected. Please note that the cursor and mouse movements will also adjust based on your selections.
Click once on the "OK" button on the pop-up window to keep the new settings. If you do not click on the "OK" button within a certain amount of time, the monitor image will go back to the way it was.