Changing the case of text


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Changing the case of text

You may not use Word's Change Case feature very often, but when you need it, it's exactly the tool you need to save minutes or hours of mindless work. Let's say we've inherited a document with a few paragraphs of text that are all in capital letters. This is a format that doesn't fit well with the rest of the document. But beyond that, it's very hard to read all caps. And it looks unprofessional in a Word Document, even if it would be fine in a database report or as labels in an Excel Spreadsheet.

So we don't want to have to retype this, but the current case of this text doesn't work for us. Let's choose the Change Case dropdown list, and we have five choices here. The fifth choice, tOGGLE cASE, simply takes every capital letter and turns it into a lowercase letter, every lowercase letter and turns it into an upper case or capital letter. So that's not much help. The text here is sentences. Let's convert this text to Sentence case. And you'll n...

Changing the case of text
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Changing the case of text provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Word
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