Guide for Case Setting and Automatic Capitalization in Kingsoft Writer

In Kingsoft Writer, there are five types of case setting: sentence case, lowercase, uppercase, toggle case and title case. Users can switch between different case settings by clicking Home tab > Change Case, as in the following figure:

change case office 2013

In the pop-up dialog box, select the case you want to use. There are five options as shown in the following diagram:

choose case for office 2013 document

To capitalize the first letter of a sentence and leave all other letters as lowercase, click Sentence case.

To change all the letters of a sentence or text to lowercase, click Lowercase.

To capitalize all the letters of a sentence or text, click Uppercase.

To shift between two case views (for example, to shift between Toggle Case and the opposite, tOGGLE cASE), click Toggle case.

To capitalize the first letter of each word and leave the other letters lowercase, click Title case.

Note: to change case settings, you have to select the phrase, sentence or paragraph that you want to edit, then select the case option and hit OK. Take Title case as an example:

title case of text in office 2013

Turn off automatic capitalization of first letter of sentences

Furthermore, if you would like to turn off automatic capitalization of the first letter of sentences, go to  > to bring up the following dialog box:

turn off automatic capitalization

Clear the check box before Capitalize first letter of sentences under the Edit tab. Press OK. This will turn off automatic capitalization.