Change case in Word

How many times have you been typing and found the Caps lock was on and you have typed away in CAPS without realizing?

Then you delete your text and start again right? —WRONG

Use the following steps to change the case automatically.

METHOD A

Highlight your incorrect textChange case in Word

On the toolbar in newer versions of MS Word you will see a small icon shown here.

Click it to get the options.

METHOD B

Highlight your incorrect text

Hold down the SHIFT key

Press the F3 key once each time to scroll through the case type you want.

 

Actually there are more ‘case’ types than you may have realized.

Sentence case: The first letter is capitalized.

Lowercase: All letters are in small

Uppercase: All letters are capitalized

Capitalize each word (Title case) The first letter of each word is capitalized

To shift between two case views, click tOGGLE cASE.

Further: To apply small capital (Small Caps) to your text, select the text, and then on the Home tab, in the Font group, click the arrow in the lower-right corner. In the Font dialog box, under Effects, select the Small Caps check box.

These quick steps will save you time and effort in correcting your mistakes.

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