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How do I set Ctrl+F3 to change fonts to ALL CAP (in Microsoft Word)?

2019-11-12, 12:00 PM

On my other laptops, if I clicked Ctrl+F3, it'd change my fonts to all cap (in ms word) or Ctrl+f7 would show me sysnonims of a word...

 

How do I get that function back?

 

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Re: How do I set Ctrl+F3 to change fonts to ALL CAP (in Microsoft Word)?

2019-11-12, 13:15 PM

Check in the Keyboard shortcuts menu in Microsoft Word by going to

File>Options>Customize Ribbon>Keyboard shortcuts.

But it depends if the keyboard shortcut was enabled by default in older versions of Office.

 

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