When you find yourself deep in the Microsoft suite of apps, it can be tough to navigate through the hundreds of options and settings, but if you're in Microsoft Word and need to know how to capitalize letters — we got you covered.
Maybe that'll be useful later, but right now we're talking about how to capitalize letters in Microsoft Word.
How to capitalize letters in Microsoft Word
Step 1. Highlight the text that you wish to adjust.
Step 2. Go to Home > Change case (which is the Aa symbol).
Step 3. Now you have five cases to choose from. If you want to capitalize all letters, click UPPERCASE. If you wish to capitalize the first letter of every sentence, select Sentence case. Like lowercase everything? Click lowercase. You can also Capitalize Each Word and tOGGLE cASE.
It's really that simple. Don't go tearing your hair out looking through the jungle of tabs in Microsoft Word. We have plenty of Microsoft Word guides on Laptop Mag, so don't hesitant to start searching through them.
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