There is also a nifty little tool called "Snip". You can take the part of any image on the screen and plunk it in a photo managing setting. a face, a bit of text, anything.I've never been much of a fan of it, but today I was messing around on the desktop with it and
suddenly I hit the wrong button and my entire screen image was upside down.
trying to read a computer screen upside down is hard enough, trying to work the cursor from a mirror-upside-down position is an excercise in insanity. I rebooted, back into the same upside down image and then opened a program to see if it just affected the wall paper. no.....it was all over everything.
oh. my. god.
My whole computer.
I KNOW where the sys. restore function is, but trying to find it while reading upside down and the cursor seems to want to hide in the wrong corner, and then locating the right line...luckily I only lost a few hours of the day, and I have whipped the Snip tool soundly and put it to bed without its supper.