If you’ve ever decided (or been told) after you’ve already typed something that what’s in lowercase letters now needs to be UPPERCASE, or vice versa, you don’t have to retype a single letter. No, no, no. You just need to use Microsoft Word’s Change Case feature.
- Select the text you want to change the case of, using your mouse or keyboard.
- On the Home tab of the Ribbon, go to the Fonts command group and click the arrow next to the Change Case button.
- Choose the appropriate option.
As an example, here’s what various types of text look like before changing case:
And this is what it looks like after each type of change: