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How To Change The Selected Text Capitalization In The Opera Browser on Windows?

by Yaron Elharar (@YaronElharar)

In this article, we will delve into the topic of changing text case in the Opera Browser. But before we dive into the specifics, let’s briefly introduce the Opera Browser and its primary functions.

What Is the Opera Browser?

The Opera Browser is a popular web browser that boasts a robust feature set and a loyal user base. It is renowned for its speed, security, and versatility. With millions of users worldwide, Opera has carved a niche for itself in the competitive web browser market. Offering a sleek user interface and a wide array of extensions and add-ons, it provides a seamless internet browsing experience.

Now, as we explore the Opera Browser’s functionality, you’ll discover that interacting with web content often involves dealing with text presented in various cases—some in uppercase, others in lowercase, and even title case. So, let’s delve into how you can conveniently change the case of selected text while using the Opera Browser.

The Two Options To Change Case

Table of built-in shortcuts available in AnyCase App

Windows Shortcut (keys to press)Action
Win+Alt+LTo convert selection to lowercase
Win+Alt+UTo convert selection to All Caps (UPPERCASE)
Win+Alt+TTo convert selection to Title Case
Win+Alt+STo convert selection to Sentence case
Win+Alt+ATo convert selection to AlTeRnAtInG CaPs
Win+Alt+OOpens main window with all the app's options
To enable the shortcuts above, you will need the free AnyCase App. Clicking on the table will lead you to its download page.

Manually Change Text Capitalization in the Opera Browser

My least favorite method of changing capitalization of selected text in Opera is doing it manually, but I will go through the steps anyway, and of course the better way is just select and convert as we do when using AnyCase App.

Changing the capitalization manually through a text editor:

  1. Select the Text: Begin by highlighting the text you wish to change the capitalization of within the Opera browser. Simply click and drag your cursor over the target text to select it.
  2. Copy the Text: After selecting the text, right-click on it and choose the “Copy” option from the context menu. Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+C to copy the selected text.
  3. Access a Text Editor: To manipulate the capitalization of the text, you’ll need the assistance of a text editor or word processing software. Common options include Notepad, Microsoft Word, or Google Docs. Open the text editor of your choice.
  4. Paste the Text: Inside the text editor, right-click in the editing area and select “Paste” from the menu, or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+V to paste the copied text.
  5. Modify Capitalization: Utilize the capitalization tools provided by the text editor to adjust the text’s capitalization to your preferred style. Most text editors offer options to switch between uppercase, lowercase, or title case.
  6. Copy the Modified Text: Once you’ve made the desired capitalization changes, select the modified text within the text editor, copy it using Ctrl+C, or the right-click menu option.
  7. Paste the Modified Text Back: Return to the Opera browser where you originally selected the text. Right-click in the desired location and choose “Paste” from the menu or use Ctrl+V to paste the modified text back into the browser.

Obviously it takes too long, And it’s definitely something you do not want to repeat more than a handful of times.

Changing the capitalization of selected Text directly In Opera Browser fields

Using AnyCase, you can seamlessly convert case to All Caps in the Opera Browser. In just 2 min, you will be changing text capitalization directly in text fields (without leaving Opera).

Follow these steps:

  1. First Download and install the AnyCase App.
  2. Ensure AnyCase is open; now the shortcuts from the table will work and you can start useing them.
  3. As a test select any text in Opera you want to convert to ALL CAPS.
  4. Use the Win+Alt+U shortcut – and voila, your selected text switches to ALL CAPS!

When it comes to the question of how to change text to uppercase in Opera, There are four options we went through in details, the advantage of using AnyCase App is that it will work in any field in Opera, and And when using any case you’re basically set with aligning capitalization no matter the application or software you are using.

Not convinced? Here are more reasons people love using AnyCase App

If we’re talking about simplicity/efficiency, AnyCase App takes the cake. Here’s why:

Global Case Conversion: It’s not limited to Opera Browser- you can convert text across any application in Windows.

Multi-Language Support: AnyCase supports over 24 languages, making it the go-to tool for all your multilingual needs.

Customization: Want your custom shortcuts? AnyCase has you covered. Set your own key combinations for global conversions.

Advanced Features: From automatic capitalization of brand names, personal names, to quick character or word replacement, AnyCase does more than just case conversion.

Ease of Use: With AnyCase, converting text is as easy as selecting and pressing a few keys. No more retyping!

To sum it up, changing text to ALL CAPS in Opera is a breeze. Not only does it provide an effortless solution to this specific problem, but it also extends its benefits to all text conversions across hundreds of applications in Windows. With its user-friendly features and wide language support, AnyCase indeed is a fantastic tool for anyone regularly working with text.

For more information on AnyCase App and to start your effortless text conversion journey, you can Download It, and try it out for yourself!

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