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How To Change All Caps To Lowercase In Google Docs?

When you need to do a text change or conversion in Google docs, the first thing you need to do is select the text you want to be changed, It is not so easy to find buried within the menus but what you’re looking for is the format menu, within the format menu go to the Text Section at the bottom of the text section you will find Capitalization, In this submenu there are three options available to you.

  • lowercase
  • Title Case

For all the options

  • Title Case
  • lowercase
  • Sentence Case
  • AlTeRnAtInG CaPs
  • Toggle Case

Use AnyCase

Converting to lowercase goes like this

  1. Select the text you want to convert from uppercase to lowercase in Google Document.
  2. Go to format > Text > capitalization >  lowercase
  3. Select

You will need to repeat this process each time you want to change from uppercase to lowercase, or title case Etc., But there is an easier way which we’ll discuss next.

Google docs uppercase shortcut, lowercase, or title case

Using shortcuts is the fastest way to convert caps in Google Docs and other programs, although they are not offered natively, there are ways to add shortcuts to Google Docs by using Windows shortcuts, that way you can change capitalization across applications, but you will need to add them to your Windows.

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 (AlTeRnAtInG TeXt eXaMpLe)
Win+Alt+OToggle the case of the selected Text
Add Capitalization Shortcuts to Windows using AnyCase

There is a dedicated application that will help you add capitalization shortcuts to Windows, AnyCase App is built specifically for that, and will make the capitalization conversion directly In-place in Google Docs, and across other applications.

How To Change All Caps To Lowercase In Google Docs?

Yaron Elharar

The developer of the AnyCase app, and other popular Windows programs, an UX expert with over 15 years of experience in the industry.

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