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How to rotate the screen on a Chromebook in 2 different ways

It s easy to rotate the screen on your Chromebook by using a keyboard shortcut, which will automatically rotate it 90 degrees. You can also rotate your screen by going into your Chromebook settings if you want to make a rotation that isn t just 90 degrees. Here s how to rotate your screen on a Chromebook using either option. Visit Business Insider s homepage for more stories. Rotating your Chromebook s screen is an easy task. There are two simple ways to get it done. You can use the preset keyboard shortcuts, which is extremely quick and easy, or change the orientation in your settings, which takes a little bit more time but gives you more options. Here s how to use either method. Check out the products mentioned in this article: HP Chromebook (From $249 at Best Buy) How to rotate the screen on a Chromebook using keyboard shortcuts If you want to rotate your screen by 90 degrees, here s how to do that: 1. Press the CTRL, Shift and Refresh buttons at the same time the Refresh button looks like a curving arrow and is located just above the 3 and 4 on your keyboard. 2. In the pop-up, select Continue. How to rotate the screen on a Chromebook in your settings If you prefer to use an orientation other than 90 degrees, this is the best option: 1. Open the settings by clicking into the clock in the bottom-right corner of the screen and then selecting the gear icon. 2. Select Device in the left sidebar. 3. Choose Displays. 4. Click open the Orientation dropdown. 5. Select the new orientation degree you want from the drop-down menu. Related coverage from How To Do Everything: Tech: How to screenshot on a Chromebook in 2 different ways How to update your Chromebook to get the latest features and keep it secure How to add a printer to your Chromebook in 5 simple steps How to copy and paste on a Chromebook in 4 different ways SEE ALSO: The best budget laptops Join the conversation about this story NOW WATCH: Apple just released iOS 13.2 with 60 new emoji and emoji variations. Here s how everyday people submit their own emoji.

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