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Changing Text Case in MS-Word |2007 to 2019|:

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Changing Text Case in MS-Word

Changing Text Case in MS-Word: Change Case means changing the selected text from one case to another such as a Uppercase, Lowercase, Capitalize Each Word, Toggle Case or Sentence Case.

Sentence case:

Changing text as Sentence case in MS-Word:

In the sentence case, the first letter and other proper nouns in a sentence start with the capital letter. We can keep most of our document contents in sentence case for reading, printing or other purposes. If you want to change your content in Sentence case if it is other common cases. Follow the steps below:

  1. Select the text (other than Sentence case) that you want to change in the Sentence case.
  2. On the Home tab, in the Font group, click on the Change Case icon
  3. Then Select the “Sentence case”, which is the first option of the drop-down list.

UPPERCASE:

Changing text as UPPERCASE in MS-Word:

Changing all the selected text to capital letters called, “Upper Case”. To do this, Follow the steps below:

  1. Enter and Select the text (other than UPPERCASE) that you want to change in the Sentence case.
  2. On the Home tab, in the Font group, click on the Change Case icon
  3. Then Select the “Uppercase”, which is the third option of the drop-down list.

lowercase:

Changing text as lowercase in MS-Word:

Changing all the selected text to small letters called,  “Lowercase” in Changing Text Case. To do this, Follow the steps below:

  1. Enter and Select the text (other than lowercase) that you want to change in the Sentence case.
  2. On the Home tab, in the Font group, click on the Change Case icon to get a drop-down list
  3. Then Select the “Lowercase”, which is the second option of the drop-down list.

Capitalize Each Word:

Changing text as Capitalize Each Word in MS-Word:

Changing the first letter of each word to Capital letter called, “Capitalize Each Word”. To do this, Follow the steps below:

  1. Enter and Select the text (other than Capitalize Each Word) that you want to change in the Sentence case.
  2. On the Home tab, in the Font group, click on the Change Case icon
  3. Then Select the “Capitalize Each Word”, which is the fourth option of the drop-down list.

tOGGLE cASE:

Changing text as tOGGLE cASE in MS-Word:

Changing the first letter of each word to small letter called, “tOGGLE cASE” in Changing Text Case. To do this, Follow the steps below:

  1. Enter and Select the text (other than tOGGLE cASE) that you want to change in the Sentence case.
  2. On the Home tab, in the Font group, click on the Change Case icon.
  3. Then select the “tOGGLE cASE”, which is the fifth option of the drop-down list.
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