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Microsoft Excel 2003 Functions and Formulas - Convert a Cell's Value to Uppercase or Lowercase

If a particular name needs to be displayed in a Microsoft Excel 2003 spreadsheet as all uppercase or all lowercase, no matter how it was originally entered, you can use the =UPPER and/or =LOWER function(s).

=UPPER("text")

Converts 'text' to uppercase. The text should be surrounded by quotes.

=LOWER("text")

Converts 'text' to lowercase. The text should be surrounded by quotes.

Examples:

=UPPER("excel 2003 function")

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=LOWER("sOmeOne hAvIng caPS locK pRoblEms")

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