Change the case of a sentence in Word 2013

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Ever wanted to change the text in your Word document to ALL CAPS or UPPERCASE… what about all lowercase?  Maybe sentence case?  Capitalize Each Word? oR sWITCH tHE cASE aLTOGETHER?

The good news is that you don’t need to retype that sentence, paragraph or (heaven forbid if you wrote a document in all caps) the entire document.  There is a quick and easy way to change the case of text in Word 2013.

  1. Highlight the text you want to change the case of
  2. On the “Home” tab, in the “Font” group, look for the button that looks like “Aa” (it should be a few buttons to the right of where you set the font and font size).  That is the “Change Case” button.  Click on the button
  3. Select the option you prefer from the menu that appears:
    Sentence case.
    Capitalize Each Word

And as soon as you click – the case has changed!

’till next time!

2 thoughts on “Change the case of a sentence in Word 2013

  1. How about select word, shift f3. Nice shortcut for that same thing. Circular, as well. Shift f3, Shift f3, Shift f3, …

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