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Fonts in Photoshop are always in capital letters

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Hi all,

Whenever I type anything with a font in Photoshop CS6 it is always appearing in capital letters. I've googled this and tried various solutions but can't seem to get it to change.

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks,

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Have a look in the "Windows > Character" menu. When the options dialog opens you have a row of "T"s there that represent text effects for the likes of "Bold" or "Italic" etc. One of them enables permanent caps. If you turn that off it should be fixed.
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Easy when you know how. Thank you very much!
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You're most welcome! Glad I could help.
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