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If the left side is up higher, as it appears, then your entire left edge is longer than the right edge and you need to rotate the projector to the right to make the left edge shorter, and the right edge longer. Then use lens shift to get the image back on screen. If ceiling mounted, then you want the top edge of the image to be perfectly level before you worry about the bottom edge. If the top edge is not level (as it looks like it isn't) then you need to tilt the projector until the top edge is perfectly parallel to the edge of the screen.
Then you worry about the bottom edge and the sides.
Right now, it looks like you need to tilt the left edge of the projector down some and you need to rotate the projector to the right some and then shift the image back to the left.
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