By Allen Wyatt for Excel.Tips.Net
Correcting a Cap Lock Mistake in Microsoft Excel
I can’t tell you the number of times that I’ve been feverishly typing away, without glancing up at my worksheet. I get in a “groove,” and I keep typing away, figuring I will check things out when I get to the end of a row or a column. When I finally look up, I notice that I had the Caps Lock key selected, so all my normal text is in uppercase, and everything I wanted in upper case is in lowercase. This happened because I hit the Caps Lock key by mistake, and didn’t notice the mistake until I’d already entered quite a bit of data.
Fortunately, Excel can catch this type of mistake for me—if I tell it to catch it. Follow these steps:
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