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Change Case Manual

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Sections:
Main tips
Change Case
Peculiarities of working with umlauts, etc

Main tips
When started, the program window is minimized to the system tray (right lower corner of the monitor screen).
XP icon ON or 98 icon ON
To get the access to Program Settings, it is enough either to double-click the icon, or to right-click it, and then select the Settings section in the menu. After that, a window, in which you will be able to make necessary changes, will appear.
if you need to quickly turn the program off, hold down the Ctrl key, and click the icon. After that the icon will look as following:
XP icon OFF or 98 icon OFF

The program turns on in exactly the same way.

Peculiarities of text case conversion
To change letter case of the text you entered, you can do the following:
1. To change case the last entered word, press:
    "Ctrl + / " - change case first letter to capital and change other case of letters to lowercase ( change capitalize to Capitalize )
    "Ctrl + [ " - change case to upper case    ( change uppercase to UPPERCASE )
    "Crtl + ] " - change case to lower case    ( change LOWERCASE to lowercase )
    "Ctrl + ' " - Invert letter case    ( change lETTER cASE to Letter Case )

2. You can also convert case any part of the text. To do that, select the desired fragment, and then press any of the hotkeys combinations.

Since the program automatically detects language of the entered text, you will not need to do anything else. It is enough to press necessary hotkeys combination after you entered an incorrect text. The program will automatically convert the text.

Peculiarities of working with umlauts, etc
There is another fine point in working with "dead keys". The fact is that the program does not know particularities of your keyboard and available layouts. However, in the course of time, it does memorize information about your layouts. You can easily use the program even if it incorrectly transforms some of the symbols. All you need is to correct these symbols manually, and the program will remember them. As times goes by, this operation will become unnecessary. You can hasten the process of symbol memorization. To do that, run the program you use most often, and enter step by step all the symbols you enter with the help of "dead keys". At the same time, it is also advisable to upper case all these symbols (holding down the "Shift" key). This operation should be accomplished for all layouts you use, and for those, which contain "dead keys". It is unnecessary to do that for the symbols, which are entered without using the "dead keys". To perform these operations, the program should be turned on and run.

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