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Shortcuts to Quickly Capitalize All Letters in Excel

If you work with data in Microsoft Excel, you may find yourself needing to capitalize letters quickly. For example, you may have a list of names that need to be in all caps, or you may need to change the case of text for a heading or title. There are a few different ways that you can capitalize letters in Excel, and we'll go over some of the most popular methods below.

One way to capitalize letters in Excel is to use the UPPER function. This function converts all letters in a cell to uppercase. To use the UPPER function, simply enter =UPPER(cell reference) into the cell where you want the converted text to appear. For example, if you wanted to convert the text in cell A1 to all uppercase, you would enter =UPPER(A1) into cell B1. You can also use the LOWER function to convert all letters in a cell to lowercase.

Another way to quickly capitalize letters in Excel is to use the Proper function. This function capitalizes the first letter of each word in a cell. To use the Proper function, simply enter =Proper(cell reference) into the cell where you want the converted text to appear. For example, if you wanted to convert the text in cell A1 to proper case, you would enter =Proper(A1) into cell B1.

You can also use the Text to Columns feature to quickly change the case of text in Excel. This feature can be found under the Data tab on the ribbon. To use Text to Columns to change the case of text, simply select the cells that you want to convert, click on the Data tab, and then click on the Text to Columns button. In the Convert Text to Columns Wizard, select the Delimited option and click Next. On the next page, select the Other option and enter a space in the box next to it. Then, click Finish.

Once you've used one of the methods above to change the case of your text, you can then use the Copy and Paste functions to quickly apply the changes to other cells in your spreadsheet. Simply select the cells that you want to copy, click on the Home tab, and then click on the Copy button. Then, select the cells where you want to paste the copied text, click on the Home tab, and then click on the Paste button. You can also use the Paste Special feature to paste only the values or only the formatting from the copied cells.

As you can see, there are a few different ways that you can quickly capitalize letters in Excel. Which method you use will depend on your specific needs. However, all of the methods described above are quick and easy to use, so you should be able to find one that works well for you.

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