Change Case Add-In

Posted on 2004-09-01
Last Modified: 2010-05-02
I'm looking for an add-in to the VB IDE that will allow me to change the case of selected text in my project to Upper, Lower and Title case.
Question by:JR2003

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mladenovicz earned 50 total points
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There is no Title case feature, but Upper an Lower case are there
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What I am looking for is source code for an add-in so I can customise it to my exact requirements.
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DarkoLord earned 200 total points
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Here is a link to MSDN on using StrConv to convert a string to ProperCase

Example Code:

MsgBox StrConv("title", vbProperCase)

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