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Old 03-13-2012, 08:05 AM
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"Change Case" is part of the Fonts section on the default menu bar, but I don't see how to use it in a Style. It makes sense that I should be able to change case with Styles, but I just don't see how or where.
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You can't apply 'Change case' to a Style. You can, however, format a Style's font to use 'All Caps' or 'Small Caps'. There is no Title Case, etc that can be applied.
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You can't apply 'Change case' to a Style. You can, however, format a Style's font to use 'All Caps' or 'Small Caps'. There is no Title Case, etc that can be applied.

I figured that was the case...pun intended.
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1. Right-click the style name or use the down arrow to open the option menu for the selected style.

2. Click "Select all ... instances" or "Select All (no data)."

3. All instances of the style will be selected; now you can use the Change Case button to format the case for that style.

Unfortunately this will only work for existing text; it will not automatically apply the case to new text. But it will make short work of editing once you're done writing!
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