Paste or enter your text in the first field
Click on the corresponding button to perform the case change
In the second field, you will see the text changed to uppercase
Changing the case of text is a common operation for those who work a lot in Word and other word processors. A distinction is made between upper case (capital letters) and lower case (small letters). By default, keyboard text is entered in lowercase. To switch the input mode to uppercase, you need to press the Caps Lock key (and then all the letters you enter will be uppercase). A more frequent technique is to hold down the Shift key. When Caps Lock is off, this allows you to enter a character in uppercase, and when it is on, vice versa, in lowercase.
This online converter is designed to convert text in any language to uppercase. All letters as a result of conversion will become uppercase, that is, large. The conversion does not affect punctuation marks, special characters, and numbers. Convert texts to uppercase at the touch of a button. When first acquaintance with the keyboard for novice users, the following question often arises: What are upper and lower case on the keyboard? It turns out that everything is very simple. Upper case means that at a given moment in time, uppercase letters are entered from the keyboard, and lowercase, respectively, lowercase. That is, each sentence begins with a capital letter. For this we use upper case. The rest of the sentence is in small letters, that is, lower case is used.
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