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Excel 2010-Upper Case Letters to Every Word in Spreadsheet

Posted on 2013-06-06
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Hi Experts,
I need to change the first letter of every word in my spreadsheet to upper case, is there a formula I can use to do this with 1 action or do i have to manually change each letter to upper case?
This will need to apply to each word within a spreadsheet that has around 2000 line entries
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Question by:Frank .S
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by:Rgonzo1971
ID: 39228174
Hi

Pls try on your selected cells

Sub DoUpperCase()
For Each cell In Selection
        cell.Value = WorksheetFunction.Proper(cell.Text)
Next
End Sub

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by:Frank .S
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Hi Rgonzo1971,
I have pasted this code into the worksheet, but I need a lot more directions as to what else i need to do etc?
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by:Rgonzo1971
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Hi,

first select the cells you want to change then run the code, the code cannot change the result of formulas.

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by:Frank .S
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Hi expert, i have selected the cells but dont know how to then run the code in excel 2010?
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by:Rgonzo1971
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Goto View/Macros/View Macros then you should find DoUpperCase then Click Run

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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
ID: 39228266
Right-click on the sheet tab name
Select View code
From the menu      Insert > Module
Paste the given code in the VBA window
Close the VBA window
Press Alt-F8
Select the macro name
Click on run
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by:Martin Liss
ID: 39229258
If you want to do this more than once then after the "Select the macro name" in ssaqibh's steps, click the 'Option…' button and place a letter like 'z' in the 'Ctrl+' box. From then on all you need to do to run the macro is to press Ctrl+z.
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by:Martin Liss
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Did any of the above help you?
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Frank .S earned 0 total points
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Hi Experts, thankyou for your help. It appears all i needed to do was;
=Proper(cell reference)
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by:Frank .S
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all expert suggestions were not what worked for me
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