PowerPoint Tutorial: How to Change the Font Case in PowerPoint

You’re almost done preparing the presentation for your boss and hoping to get home early. Suddenly your boss walks in to your cubicle and looks at the slides thoughtfully. You’re hoping that he will compliment you on your good work. And he does, but an hour later. Why? Because he felt that the font case in all of the slides needed to change, either caps to small or vice versa. So you get yourself a fresh mug of coffee and get to work. You retype everything in the font case that is required.

And that’s because you didn’t know that there are three quick ways that will enable you to change the font case in PowerPoint. Follow these simple steps by 24point0.com to change the font case in your presentations and save time!

 

How to Change the Font Case in PowerPoint - Before Sample How to Change the Font Case in PowerPoint - After Sample

 

There are thee ways of changing your font case in PowerPoint:

Method 1: Select the text and hit Ctrl+Shift+F, a dialog box will appear where you will be provided with options to change the case of your fonts.

Method 2: Select the text and Hit Shift+F3, you will notice the change on your text. Now continue pressing the same keys on your keyboard until you get your desire font case for your text. (Image: Fig 1)

Changing the Font Case

Fig-1

 

Method 3: Go to your Home tab and click the Change Case drop down button as shown in the image below. (Image: Fig 2)

Changing the Font Case in PowerPoint

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