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Change Case

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Introduction

Have you ever typed a document and noticed that a letter is upper-case when you want it lower-case (or lower-case and you want it upper-case)?

This How-To Article shows you a keyboard shortcut you can use to quickly change the case of a word or letter.


Change Case

1. Highlight the word or letter which you want to change the case for. (You can do this by clicking and dragging with the mouse, or by using "SHIFT+Arrow Keys" to select what you want to change.)

2. Press the SHIFT+F3 key to change the case.

3. The case of the word or letter you selected will be changed. Keep pressing the SHIFT+F3 key combination until you find the case you want to use.

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