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Text in ALL CAPS

If you type text in a Word document and all the text is in CAPS,
make sure you do not have the Caps Lock key on. Also, do not
use the following short cut keys:  CTRL+SHIFT+A as this
activates the CAPS lock option.

If the problem persists close the document.

Check the following settings in the Word program.

Open Word program
Go to Home tab / Font group click the little blue arrow
The following screen displays 

allcaps.jpgGo to Font tab / Effects section
Make sure you do not have the All caps section selected;
if so remove the check mark from the box and click OK.

 

 

 

Sr. Arlene Callahan

Training Manager

Rivier University

420 South Main St.

Nashua, NH 03060

E-mail: acallahan@rivier.edu  

 

 

Click Font tab
Scroll down to Effects section
Make sure the All caps box is not checked off; if you have a check mark delete it
OK

Close the program and then reopen it and check to see if the change was made.

If you are still having a problem with CAPS
Open the Word document
Go to Home tab / Clipboard group
Highlight all the text
Click Copy
Open a new document
Paste into a new document.

As you made the change in the program, the next time you open a document
and type, you should have normal text.

If you are still having a problem with the CAPS text would you send me the document for analysis and repair.


Created:  July 05, 2012

Sr. Arlene Callahan
Training Manager
Rivier University
Nashua, NH 03060

E-mail: acallahan@rivier.edu