Editing Practice – Toggle Case

This week’s exercise will focus on using toggle case. Toggle case is used to change the case of a word or a series of words to all caps, initial caps, or all lower case. This shortcut is commonly used when creating new sentences and correcting misrecognized names and medications.

To use toggle case to change the case of a whole sentence, highlight the sentence and press SHIFT+F3.

To use toggle case to change the case of a word, place your cursor on the word (beginning, middle, or end) and press SHIFT+F3. There is no need to highlight an individual word.

For practice using this shortcut, please refer to Exercise 13 on the Editing Fun tab.

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