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Here's a couple of quick shortcuts for changing the case of text. So from normal case or sentence case to all caps or small caps. Let's go ahead and select this headline paragraph by triple-clicking, and then your keyboard shortcut for all caps, Command+Shift+K, Ctrl+Shift+K in Windows and that changes it back to the All Caps. This is a toggle. So if I do Command+Shift+K or Ctrl+Shift+K again, it takes it back to being normal. And then the keyboard shortcut for small caps is Command+Shift+H or Ctrl+Shift+H that takes it to small caps were the first letter, if it was capital it is still a capital letter but the rest of them have been set to small caps.
And again that's a toggle as well. So Command+Shift+H again, or Ctrl+ Shift+H again, takes it back to normal. So two very quick shortcuts. Often time a lot easier than trying to remember which menu or which button in a panel is used to specify those attributes.
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