Capitalizing a significant amount of text can be tedious and converting all caps to lowercase equally laborious. Good news! Google released a new update for Google Docs that allows users to easily select a portion of text and then modify text by choosing between UPPERCASE, lowercase, and Title Case.
To access the new feature, users need to navigate to the Format menu and then go to Capitalization. From here, users can choose UPPERCASE, lowercase, and Title Case (capitalize the first letter of each word in your selection.)
This new update can certainly help you spend less time formatting while composing a document, which means you will have more time to spend with students!
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