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De-Capitalize Text

I've got blocks of text in Word 2002 that were typed in ALL CAPS, and I would like to convert them to First Letter Capped, without having to re-type it all from scratch.  Anyone know of a quick way to do this?

Thanks,
Galisteo8
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dopyiiiCommented:
Sure.  Just select the text and go to Format > Change Case.  From there you can choose sentance case, lower case, upper case, title case and toggle case.
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B-M-CCommented:
Select the etxt. (Or Ctrl-A to select all).
Seelct "Change case" from the format menu.
Select sentence case and click OK.
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Galisteo8Author Commented:
D'oh!  <Feeling very stupid on a Friday morning...>  For some reason I didn't even think to try that, since the "base" text had been created as All Caps.  Was thinking that un-capped ALL CAPS text would still be... ALL CAPS.  That's what I get for thinking.

Thanks, Dopyii.
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B-M-CCommented:
Great minds think alike and all that.
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dopyiiiCommented:
:)
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