How to Make a Paragraph All Caps in Word 2007

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While typing up a document, you might forget to add certain features that make the text stand out. For example, you might want to emphasize one paragraph over the others. To do this, you can present the entire paragraph in all capitalization. But if you've already typed the paragraph, you don't have to retype just to change the capitalization. In this case, Microsoft Word 2007 has a function that allows you to change the case in seconds.

  • Open the document that you want to modify by finding and double-clicking it on the desktop or in the appropriate folder. Highlight the paragraph you want to change to all caps.

  • Click "Home" and choose the "Change Case" icon from the "Font" group. This icon has the letter "A" twice on it, the first upper case and the second lower case.

  • Click "UPPERCASE" from the list under the "Change Case" icon. This will change the entire paragraph to all caps. Press "Ctrl" and "S" to save the document. You can print the document or make any other necessary modifications.

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