The case has been solved

BY J. CARLTON COLLINS, CPA

Q: Excel provides several functions (=LOWER, =UPPER, =PROPER) for changing character case; does Word have similar capabilities?

A: To change the character case in Word, highlight the word, sentence, paragraph, or document, then press Shift+F3 to toggle between lower, upper, and proper case.

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