how do I make word not capitilize the first word in a line

how do I make word not capitilize the first word in a line

Post by Z29vc2 » Sun, 18 Jun 2006 03:24:02


when I am typing in a word document, the computer automatically makes the
first word in a new line capitilized. how do I turn this feature off?
 
 
 

how do I make word not capitilize the first word in a line

Post by Vanguar » Sun, 18 Jun 2006 03:33:23


Um, it's a *Word* option. The users over in the *Word* group would
know. If you are asking how to change behavior in Outlook, that feature
isn't there in OL2002 and before but might be in OL2003 and later. You
didn't mention WHICH version of Outlook that you are using, but then you
also asked about using *Word* in an Outlook group.

 
 
 

how do I make word not capitilize the first word in a line

Post by QW5kZWUzO » Sun, 18 Jun 2006 04:04:03

If you were talking about typing in the body of an email, go to Options,
Spelling, AutoCorrect Options and uncheck Capitalize First letter of
Sentence. Depending on what Oulook version you are using, it might be in a
different spot but I'm pretty sure you need to find AutoCorrect Options.
 
 
 

how do I make word not capitilize the first word in a line

Post by Milly Stap » Sun, 18 Jun 2006 10:59:40

Use Word-wrapping and stop hitting enter at the end of your lines.

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After furious head scratching, goose asked:

| when I am typing in a word document, the computer automatically makes
| the first word in a new line capitilized. how do I turn this feature
| off?
 
 
 

how do I make word not capitilize the first word in a line

Post by deeb » Sun, 18 Jun 2006 11:08:35

Or use a soft enter (Shift + Enter keyboard combo)

ps - it works a treat in bullet points/paragraph numbering structures
without having to invoke double line spacing too :)