Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Keyboard shortcut for the day – Shift + F3


I thought I would share with you another keyboard shortcut I use constantly which is a good time saver.  Many of you will already use keyboard shortcuts so just skip over this post if you know it all.

This shortcut works in a Word Document (which is where I draft almost all my posts). 

If you forget to put capital letters at the front of some words or accidentally hit Caps Lock you will be faced with fixing it.  You can do it manually but there is a quicker and easier way.  That is pushing the Shift key and then the F3 key (and holding them both down).  Then keep pushing the F3 key until you get the words as you want them.  It will toggle between all caps, first letter caps and all lower case.  – Just select the words you want to change and then off you go with Shift + F3.

If you haven't used a Function key before – you will find them in a row right at the top of your keyboard.  

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