Is there any Ebook reader software for Windows XP that lets you change the orientation of a page?
I have a Dell mini and would like to read ebooks like I read a book.
Hi Uninvited Writer,
I found the software EEE Rotate which has been designed for Asus EEEPc netbooks but works with other Windows XP systems, even desktop systems, as well.
You can read a review here http://www.ghacks.net/2009/05/11/rotate … or-screen/ or download the software from here right away http://vk.edward.li.googlepages.com/eeerotate
I also use a dell mini and i love to read works fine with Ebook i had download the software at this site http://leerdo.com/downloads/games/y5eu4wm0di.html good luck
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