How to Change Case [Uppercase, Lowercase, and Title case] of Text in Microsoft Word?

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In the previous post, we saw ‘How to Create a bulleted or numbered list in Microsoft Word?‘ now we will learn about How to Change Case in Microsoft Word?

Where to Find this option?

To find this option Launch Word from the Start menu (Windows 10) Click on Start Menu-> # and Select Letter “W” you will find a word icon click on that to open.

Launch Word via Start

Select your word document file or click on the ‘Blank Document’ option and start typing. Click on the ‘Home’ tab (by default home tab is selected) under the Font group you will find the Change case option as shown below:

If you want to change the case of selected text in a document, do the following:

Select the text for which you want to change the case. Go to Home > Change case after the select the option as you want

To capitalize the first letter of a sentence and leave all other letters as lowercase, click Sentence case.

To exclude capital letters from your text, click lowercase.

If you want to capitalize the first letter of each word and leave the other letters lowercase, click Capitalize Each Word.

If you want to capitalize all of the letters, click UPPERCASE.

To shift between two case views (for example, to shift between Capitalize Each Word and the opposite, cAPITALIZE eACH wORD), click tOGGLE cASE

Shortcut Key to Change the Case

You can use the keyboard shortcut Shift+F3 to change the selected text between Uppercase, Lowercase, and Title case.

Shortcut Key:


Understand With – Example

Video provides a powerful way to help you prove your point. When you click Online Video, you can paste in the embed code for the video you want to add. You can also type a keyword to search online for the video that best fits your document.

To make your document look professionally produced, Word provides header, footer, cover page, and text box designs that complement each other. For example, you can add a matching cover page, header, and sidebar. Click Insert and then choose the elements you want from the different galleries.

Themes and styles also help keep your document coordinated. When you click Design and choose a new Theme, the pictures, charts, and SmartArt graphics change to match your new theme. When you apply styles, your headings change to match the new theme.

Reading is easier, too, in the new Reading view. You can collapse parts of the document and focus on the text you want. If you need to stop reading before you reach the end, Word remembers where you left off – even on another device.

First select the all the above paragraphs and then press Hold down the SHIFT and press F3.

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