Using InDesignCS3 on Portrait Monitor

We just had dual monitors installed and would like to have InDesignCS3 open in PORTRAIT view so that we could view an entire page. Unfortunately, we can move the IND screen to the second monitor and rotate the screen, but the image is still in landscape mode. We are running Win XP Prof, with Dell 19" monitors. Here is the video card info ATI Radeon X300/X550/X1050.
Can anyone help?

We went through a similar discussion with the placement of the Dock with multiple displays, and found by experiment that the dock is placed on the specified edge of the main display (bottom, left, right), unless that edge was extended by an adjacent display along that edge, in which case the Dock was placed on the edge of the Extended Desktop.
I think Capt Fred is saying something similar for this as well.

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