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The Best Way to Capitalize in Excel: A Shortcut

If you work with data in Microsoft Excel, you know that there are many ways to change the case of the text. For example, you can use the UPPER, LOWER, or PROPER functions. But what if you want to change the case of only certain words, or certain characters?

The best way to do this is with the Flash Fill feature. Flash Fill is a new feature in Excel 2013 that makes it easy to automatically fill in data based on other data in the worksheet. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

To use Flash Fill, simply start typing the data that you want to fill in, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. For example, if you have a list of names in one column, and you want to create a list of the same names with the first letter of each name capitalized, you can use Flash Fill.

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