Rotating Display

Does anyone know if the Macbook supports a second monitor in portrait mode using extended desktop mode?
Will
  Windows 2000  

Yes it will. I just did it with my old 15" DVI Apple Flat Screen Studio Display. This suggests to me that the video hardware supports it, which means one should be able to do it on the built-in MacBook screen. I have sucessfully done it temporarily using SMSRotateD from www.osxbook.com, but it will not stay in portrait mode.

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