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JasonEdward
03-02-2005, 11:11 PM
I've re-installed XP and Office SBE of about 2002 vintage, I think.

Previously, I seem to recall I set up my my caps lock to toggle off when I hit the <Shift> key - I can't remember how to set this up again and can't find anything in my toolbars/options or anywhere I have looked.

cAN ANYONE HELP PLEASE.

Cheers :confused:

Cicero
03-02-2005, 11:22 PM
I've re-installed XP and Office SBE of about 2002 vintage, I think.

Previously, I seem to recall I set up my my caps lock to toggle off when I hit the <Shift> key - I can't remember how to set this up again and can't find anything in my toolbars/options or anywhere I have looked.

cAN ANYONE HELP PLEASE.

Cheers :confused:
You would have looked in programs and m/s keyboard I know?

Parry
04-02-2005, 07:11 AM
Office SBE? Never heard of that version. Err doesnt the Caps Lock key toggle the caps lock? Perhaps you are refering to some shortcut, but I doubt its just for caps lock. Are you meaning a shortcut to toggle between Title, Lower and Upper Case? Thats SHIFT + F3 in Word. Note that in modern keyboards you may have a Function Lock key that may need to be pressed before it works.

Metla
04-02-2005, 10:12 AM
SBE=Small business edition.

Thread starter, Use the Caps Lock Key,that is its sole purpose in life,and its so close to the shift key you can reach it with your pinky.