How to Change Whole Document to Mixed Capitalization in Excel

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Changing a whole document to mixed capitalization is something you can do in just a couple of moments. Change a whole document to mixed capitalization in Excel with help from a self-taught web developer in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Christina Chiu. I'm a computer web specialist, and today I'm going to show you how to change a whole document to mixed capitalization using Microsoft Word. So if we open up our Microsoft Word here you will see that we have test text so it says dad, mom, brother, sister, daughter. So to change it we would simply just click on the first hole right here and there's a formula for the text. So we'll click on the formula tabs, insert function and select type of category and we will select text. So we could do different types of text. We could do proper text so select proper, okay, text from a one, click on okay, so now it's dad, the proper text and if we want to change it for the others, simply move your mouse to the lower right hand corner until you see a black plus sign and drag it down and now it's proper text and if you want to mix it around, select C 1, formulas, insert function and we could do upper, click on okay, upper text for A1, okay and then same thing. Select and drag, select and drag and you could do that for the other functions inside for text category. So that is how you change whole document to mixed capitalization using Excel. Thanks so much for your time. My name is Christina Chiu.


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