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What Are Shortcuts?

Shortcuts are combinations of keys on your keyboard that you press at the same time to perform a particular action, for example in this case if you click Win+Alt+U the selected text will change immediately to uppercase without the need to retype it.

Example Of Using Shortcuts To Change Case

This will work across applications whether you use the shortcut for all caps, a lowercase shortcut, or a title case shortcut. One of the most popular programs for case conversions is AnyCase app, this powerful app sole purpose is to do case conversions across Windows programs, and it delivers. Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Outlook, Word and over +30 other programs are supported for in-place quick conversions.

Works on Windows 10/8.1/8/7

How To Enable Change Case Shortcuts In Windows?

For a long long time I wanted Windows to be able to convert case directly in-place In any application, whether writing a tweet, or my next wordpress article, I wanted a way that I can change capitalization directly.

Eventually I ended up writing a program that does exactly that, so far it supports +30 applications  (Supported Applications) and it adds those shortcuts globally, that way you can finally stop going online every time you need to do a text conversion, or rewriting your text whenever you left the caps lock on, Instead you can use the fabulous magic of AnyCase to do that in a fraction of a second.

Installing AnyCase will enable these shortcuts across Windows, so you can do case conversions on the fly as it should be.

Windows Shortcut (keys to press) Action
Win+Alt+LTo convert selection to lowercase
Win+Alt+UTo convert selection to All Caps (UPPERCASE)
Win+Alt+TTo convert selection to Title Case
Win+Alt+STo convert selection to Sentence case
IMPORTANT!! - To enable the shortcuts above, you will need the AnyCase App, you can get it here

Shortcut For All Caps

You can use the all caps shortcut to uppercase the text directly in place in the supported applications. Uppercase Letters that are selected in any supported application/environments (WordPress, Facebook, Microsoft Word Etc.) can be converted. For example you can change text from lowercase to uppercase , title case to uppercase etc.

All Caps Shortcut –  Win+Alt+U

Shortcuts for Title Case 

Changes the selected text in any supported applications to title case (proper case) directly in the application. For example you can change between lowercase to title case, uppercase to title case etc. just like the shortcut for all caps.

Title Case Shortcut – Win+Alt+T

Shortcut For Lowercase

Change the selected text in any supported application to lowercase directly in the application. you can use the lowercase shortcut directly in the application. For example you can change text from Uppercase To Lowercase, Title Case To Lowercase Etc.

Shortcut For Lowercase:  Win+Alt+L

Shortcut For Sentence Case (Windows Shortcut Win+Alt+S)

You can use the sentence case shortcut to change the text case directly in an application. For example you can change text from uppercase to sentence case, title case to sentence case etc. as with the previous examples shortcut for lowercase, and shortcut for title case the changes are made directly in-place in any of the supported applications

Sentence case will also remove any double spacing available in the paragraph if any exist.
Exactly like the , and Others

Select Text And Use Shortcut:  Win+Alt+S

How to use?

There is a full explanation on how to use the application, Other features it includes and download links

Windows 10, and older 8.1/8/7

Other Ways To Changing Capitalization

There are other ways to change the text capitalization across applications, using shortcuts is one of them, but equally exciting is the ability to change capitalization with a context menu, where you can use ctrl+{right mouse click} to pull down a drop down that will give you a list of options exactly like a shortcut for all caps, or a lowercase shortcut would, just choose one of the options from the list.

That works exactly as you see in the video above, and you can convert the selected text on the spot.

Supports Applications

AnyCase will change the capitalization of text directly in these supported supported applications.

Browser Support (Chrome, Firefox...)

  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Internet Explorer

CMS's Support (WordPress, Joomla...)

  • WordPress
  • Joomla
  • Drupal
  • Progress Sitefinity

Presentations / Document Writing (Word,Google Slides...)

  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Google Docs
  • Google Slides
  • Google Spreadsheets
  • Evernote
  • Adobe Document Cloud

E-commerce site support / Web shops / Website Builders

  • WooCommerce
  • Squarespace
  • Shopify
  • MonsterCommerce
  • Wix

Social Media Support (Posts / Content):

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Twitter
  • Reddit
  • LinkedIn

Messaging applications (Skype,Whatsapp...)

  • Skype
  • Whatsapp
  • Facebook Messenger
  • Google Hangouts
  • Slack

Design Applications (Adobe CC, Affinity...)

  • Adobe In-design
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Other CC applications
  • Affinity Designer
  • CorelDRAW Graphics Suite

More...

AnyCase App may work in many other applications as well, that are not specifically mentioned.

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