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    When you write on the computer screen, most of the time you are writing in the lower case because you are writing as fast as possible. Most people use Microsoft Word while writing a document because it is the best platform for the writing process. Once you write a document, then you need to provide the document in different formatting by simply converting the case. You can also change the case of characters by changing character formatting. Well, the best option to convert the case is to use a free online convert case generator. You simply copy the text that you want to convert into uppercase to lowercase or other case and paste it to the case converter. The tool converts the case in just a couple of seconds. 

     

     

    However, you can also change the character formatting or by converting the case in MS word. You can do this by applying formatting such as All Caps or Small Caps in MS word. Alternatively, you use the Change Case command to convert the case. This command provides a lot of options that include upper, lower, capitalise each word and sentence case. In addition to that you can also use a keyboard shortcut to move into various case options.

    Change Case using the Font dialog box (apply or remove All Caps or Small Caps)

     

    If you want to apply All Caps  or Small Caps to text as a format, then you are using the Font dialog box. Follow the given below steps: 

     

    Step #1:

     

    First of all, you have to select the text that you want to convert

     

    Step #2: 

     

    Very next, you have to click the Home tab in the Ribbon

     

    Step #3:

     

    Then, hit the dialog box launcher on the bottom right of the Font group. You can even press Ctrl + D as an alternative. The Font dialog box appears 

     

    Step #4:

     

    Finally, select the All Caps or Small Caps and click OK. 

    Moreover, you can use an online Convert case generator for free in this regard since it is usually the best way to apply All Caps. 

    Change case using the Change Case command in the Ribbon:

     

    In case the text is formatted with hard capitals where the user has pressed the Caps Lock key when typing text, then you can even remove or change the capitalization with the help of the Change Case command. Moreover, you can change the selected text in upper case to title case, lower case or even sentence case. Well, you can change case by follow the given steps using the Change Case command in the Ribbon:

     

    Step #1:

     

    First, choose the text from the document 

     

    Step #2: 

     

    After that, click the Home tab in the Ribbon.

     

    Step #3:

     

    Then, click Change Case in the Font group (Aa). A drop-down menu appears.

     

    Step #4

     

    Finally, select the desired case.

     

    The Change Case drop-down menu appears as follows:

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    The following options appear in the Change Case drop-down menu:

     

    • Sentence case contains capitalise the first letter of a sentence. If there are multiple sentences, then Word will capitalise the next word after a period of time.
    • Lowercase removes all capitalization.
    • UPPERCASE allows capitalising all letters in the selection.
    • Capitalise Each Word contains capitalise each word in the selection 
    • tOGGLE cASE allows shifts between two cases. For example, if the first letter of each word in the selection was capitalised, this command would switch to the opposite formatting with the first letter of each word as lower case and the other letters in upper case.

     

    However, you can perform all the above cases by using an online convert case generator for free. 

     

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