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OS 10.4 - Rotating Screen for MacBook and MacBook Pro


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hi:

i do read alot of pdf files on my macbook. however, with the current orientation, each page is very small and i can hardly read.

is there any way i can rotate my screen 90 degrees? This way, i can view each page in portrait orientation, which is alot easier? And I can also use the slide show function in acrobat reader.

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http://www.osxbook.com/software/sms/smsrotated/
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