The curse of the cAPS lOCK key and how to solve it
OK, so admit it… we’ve all done it… started typing with the CAPS LOCK key on & only noticing that after a paragraph or two we’ve typed…
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Makes you feel like this, doesn’t it?
And then, of course, we have to delete it all & start typing again…
… or do we?
Avoiding the retype
No, we don’t have to retype the whole thing, here’s a few simple ways to resolve it painlessly.
|||First select your text|
|||From the Home tab|
|||Select the Change Case button|
|||Select the appropriate option (in this case it would be tOGGLE cASE). As you can see, the various options available themselves illustrate what their effect will be|
Alternatively, you can select the text & use Shift+F3 to cycle through the various options