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Tech Tip of the Week:  August 17 - 23, 2014

Change Text Case in Word

To change the case of text in Word, try this:

bullet Select text
bullet Press Shift + F3 until it changes to the desired case style

Pressing Shift + F3 toggles the text case between sentence case, UPPERCASE, lowercase, and capitalize each word. Be sure to hold down the Shift WHILE you press F3.  Also, it works in all versions of Word. However, if you include text with punctuation at the end, it will skip the option to capitalize each word. You can also try this in PowerPoint.
 

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