Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Change Text Case

Created: Thursday, April 9, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am

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Often, you may receive some content for your presentation from someone. And rather than typing all that content, you may just copy it from an email or a document, and paste it within PowerPoint. The problem with this approach may stem from the fact that whoever sent you the content is one of those people who type everything in small case — or maybe they just turn on the Caps Lock button and forget turning it off! Whatever the reason may be, you will end up with text that is certainly not usable on your slide. Rather than retyping the whole text again, you can use PowerPoint 2013’s Change Case option to quickly change the case of selected text on your slide.

Learn how to change text case to lowercase, uppercase, etc. in PowerPoint 2013.

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