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How to change Case in Excel to UPPERCASE, lowercase

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Microsoft Excel doesn't have a Change Case button for changing capitalization like Microsoft Word. our one of member facing that problem on that video How to use IF SUM in MS Excel

However, you can use the UPPER, LOWER, or PROPER functions to change the text case of existing text to uppercase, lowercase, or proper case.


=UPPER() : The =UPPER() function allows you to convert all lowercase letters in a text to uppercase. 

= lower () :  The lower() function helps to exclude capital letters from text. 

= PROPER () :  The proper() function makes the first letter of each word capitalized and leaves the other letters lowercase 

First, insert a column next to the column that contains the text you want to convert. In this case, we’ve added a new column (B) to the right of the column (A) column.

In column (B2), type =PROPER(A2), then press Enter. 

This formula converts the name in cell (B2) to proper case. To convert the text to lowercase, type =LOWER(A2).

Use =UPPER(A2) in cases where you need to convert text to uppercase. 

Copy the formula to down columns. 

Now, the values in the new column (B) should be selected. Press CTRL+C to copy them to the Clipboard.

Select the column (A) text & right-click on the first cell (A) in the original column. click Paste, and then click Values

Now, you can delete column (B), since it is no longer needed.

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