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Little Known Microsoft Word Shortcut Saves BIG HASSLES!

Shiftf3Being efficient and saving time is a big part of being an organized person.  Today I am in touch with my "Inner Geek" and wanted to tell you about one of my favorite Microsoft Word shortcuts that saves a ton of time and hassle! 

Have you ever typed a really long phrase, or even a sentence or paragraph, IN ALL CAPS AND THEN CHANGED YOUR MIND?  Or maybe you typed it in mixed-case or lower case, and then wanted to make it ALL CAPS?  You probably sighed deeply and then started re-typing the whole thing.

All you have to do is highlight the text you want to change, and press SHIFT+F3.  Keep pressing it and see what happens– it toggles between ALL CAPS, all lower case, and Mixed Case.  Doesn’t that feel great?  Enjoy, and spread the word!

Mic

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Monica Ricci

Ohhhh sister thank you for that tip! I do love me some keyboard shortcuts too! I am using the heck out of F11 these days, as well as Ctrl+B for Bold, Ctrl+I for Italic and Ctrl+U for Underline. And not just in Word, but on the web too! Woot!
xo,
M.

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Cherie "from the boards"

OMG! What an AWESOME Find! You have no idea how many hours in my job as a training content developer that I have spent having to re-type a potential “copy/paste” job just because the original author used ALL CAPS!
Now, THAT’s cool AND groovy!

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