Convert text to all CAPS and more in Google Docs!

posted Apr 12, 2017, 12:43 PM by Amanda Hudeck

Capitalizing a large portion of text or a long title can be a pain. Doing the opposite—converting capital letters to lowercase—is equally tedious. Google is making those tasks quick and easy in Google Docs on the web by introducing new case types.


To use one of these new case types, choose Capitalization from the Format menu in Docs, and select one of the following:

  • lowercase, to make all the letters in your selection lowercase.

  • UPPERCASE, to capitalize all the letters in your selection.

  • Title Case, to capitalize the first letter of each word in your selection.


This feature allows you to spend less time formatting and more time on the things that matter, like strategizing, collaborating, and developing new ideas. These new options will be rolling out slowly throughout the University of Michigan domain.


The Collaboration Services Team


Tip: Did you know? You can create automatic outlines in Docs.

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