How to Change a Word Document in Capital Letters to Normal
In Microsoft Word 2010, you can apply a function called "Change Case" to alter the formatting of a selected group of text. You can change the text to appear in all capital letters, all lowercase letters, in sentence case (capitalizing the first word in a sentence), capitalizing the first letter of every word or in toggle case (which places the first letter in a sentence into lowercase and capitalizes the rest of each word). You can switch between these cases at any time during the editing of your document.
Open the document you want to work with in Microsoft Word 2010.
Select the text to change case by highlighting with your mouse. You can also click "Ctrl" and "A" at the same time to select the whole document.
Click "Change Case" in the "Font menu." It appears as a capital "A" next to a lowercase "a" on your toolbar.
Select the case you want. For example, to change a document with text in all capital letters to sentence case, click "Sentence Case."