Change Capitalization in a Word 13 Document
In a Word Document, we can change the capitalization of text with a single click very easily and very quickly. All we have to do is to follow the steps described below;
First, we select the text that we want to change the case and then must make sure that we have the Home tab selected and then from the area of the ribbon named Font we locate the Change Case button as shown in the image below.
Once the Change Case command is selected, the drop down menu appears where we have available the following options:
Capitalize Each Word
Sentence Case: By selecting this command, we only capitalize the first letter of a sentence and leave all the other letters as lowercase, as shown in the image below.
Lowercase: By selecting this command, we exclude capital letters from the selected letters, as shown in the image below.
Uppercase: By selecting this command, all the selected letters will become capitalized as shown in the image below.
Capitalize Each Word: By selecting this command, we capitalize the first letter of each word and leave the other letters in lowercase.
Toggle Case: By selecting this command, we shift between two case views, meaning that the first letter of each words is lower case and the rest is capitalized as shown in the image below.
So changing the capitalization in a Word 13 Document is very simple.
Below you can check out the video describing how to Change the Capitalization in Word 13.
Posted on April 14, 2015, in Microsoft Office 2013 English, Word English 2013 and tagged Capitalize Each Word, Change Case, Change the Capitalization in Word 13, Font, Home tab, Lowercase, Microsoft Office 13, Microsoft Word 13, MVP, Office Smart, Office System, Sentence Case, Smart Office, Toggle Case, Uppercase. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Change Capitalization in a Word 13 Document.