In Google Docs you can change the text from lower to uppercase or vice versa. You can convert a paragraph or line of text to lowercase or uppercase with Google Docs built-in tool feature “Capitalization”.
If you want to uncapitalize text, sentence case, title case, or small caps then Google Docs Add-on will help it.
Let us see how to use Google Docs case for changing text formatting,
How to change case in Google Docs
Open Google Docs on your computer and select the text for changing the text case
From the “Menu bar” click on “Format” and navigate to “Text” > “Capitalization“
A list of capitalization formats in Google Docs-
- Lowercase – For converting every letter to lowercase or to uncapitalize text.
- Uppercase – For converting every letter to UPPERCASE.
- Title Case – For changing the first letter of every word capital.
You can select the text format either before or after creating the document
This is the best way to change case in Google Docs without using Add-on. Below we will see one by one-
How to change all caps to lowercase in Google Docs
Let us say you already created the document with an uppercase letter and want it to be in small letter like below screenshot then-
Open Google Docs on your computer select and highlight the text
From the “Menu bar” click on “Format” navigate to “Text” > “Capitalization” and select lowercase
The highlighted text will change from capital letters to lowercase in Google Docs
How to make text all caps in Google Docs
There is no direct shortcut for changing the text to capital letters but there is always a conventional way-
Select the text paragraph in Google Docs that you want to make capital
Then in the “Menu bar” click on “Format” navigate to “Text” > “Capitalization” and choose UPPERCASE
It will capitalize all letters in Google Docs selected text.