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How to change text case in Word 2010

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The “Change Case” action (portrayed by an “Aa” icon) is a useful one that is usually not noticed by Microsoft Word 2010 users (although often sought for and not spotted by many – probably because somebody misnamed the respective ribbon tab as “Home” instead of “Edit”).

It provides several options, the most useful being “UPPERCASE” and “Sentence case.”. The options are formatted as the resulting text will be converted which is I’d say a bit older practice (font selection dropdowns used to be like that in various software), since in other places like HTML styles Word 2010 shows live how the selected text (or the whole text if there’s no selection) will be converted as you move the mouse over different styles.

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