IT tips #1: Change case of letters in MS Word with a keystroke

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Select any text in Word and then press SHIFT+F3
This changes the case for you, from lower to upper or vice versa, depending on what your original sentence looks like. Pressing it again reverses the procedure, but pressing it yet again gives you title caps, for example:

Here’s an example of a sentence with normal capitalization at the beginning

<select text and press  F3 once>

HERE’S AN EXAMPLE OF A SENTENCE WITH NORMAL CAPITALIZATION AT THE BEGINNING

<select text and press F3 again>

here’s an example of a sentence with normal capitalization at the beginning

<select text and press F3 again>

Here’s An Example Of A Sentence With Normal Capitalization At The Beginning

Usage: Really handy when you’re copying and pasting text from a source which has been annoyingly typed in capitals (like addresses, for example).

NB: If you’ve got a Macbook, then press Fn+Shift+F3

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1 Response to IT tips #1: Change case of letters in MS Word with a keystroke

  1. NInette Hartley says:

    What a very useful tip! I just tried it out….amazing..looking forward to tomorrow’s tip…..Thanks!

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