How to change to lowercase or uppercase letters in Word

How to change to lowercase or uppercase letters in Word

How many times has not occurred to you be writing in Word and realize you’ve activated the case accidentally? This is a typical mistake, especially if you are someone who writes very fast. But the opposite is the case, be written in lower case and realize that we have not activated capitalization to type a name or phrase in the text. To avoid having to erase everything that we’ve done in we explain how to change to lowercase or uppercase in Word simply and quickly.

Switch to lowercase Word

How to change to lowercase or uppercase letters in Word

Depending on where the shift key on our keyboard is located, which are often located right next to the A, is very easy to activate inadvertently and write a lot of words in capitals without noticing it. When we notice, what we want is to have to erase everything and rewrite lowercase.

To change to lowercase in Word must:

  • Select the block you want to change.
  • Go to the Home tab.
  • Just off formats (bold, italic, and underlined), press the button that has a Aa, as seen in the image.
  • Choose the alternative lowercase, your text quickly go from uppercase to lowercase.

Changing Letter Word

How to change to lowercase or uppercase letters in Word

It is also common for an oversight we forgot to enable capitalization on a specific text phrase, and instead of erasing what we have written we want a quick fix.

To change case in Word must:

  • Select the text you want to write in capital letters.
  • Go to the Home tab.
  • Beside formats (bold, italic, and underlined), click the button Aa, as you see in the image.
  • Select your text immediately case will be in capitals.

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