Small Caps are often used for headings or emphasis. While most word processors have a built-in function for creating small caps, Google Docs does not. However, it supports a wide range of text formatting options.
You can use Google Docs to turn large chunks of text to lowercase, uppercase, or title case with just a few clicks. Below, show you how to make use of these options.
There are three text case options in Google Docs: lowercase, uppercase, and title case. Google Docs enables you to change your text to these in some easy steps. They are:
Open Google Docs on your computer. Create a new document or open an existing one. Select or highlight the text you want to format.
Click on the “Format” option in the top toolbar. A drop-down menu will appear. Next, click on the “Text” button in the drop-down menu. This will open another drop-down menu.
Click on the “Capitalization” option in the second drop-down. Now, you will see a new popup with lowercase, UPPERCASE, or Title Case options.
If you want to lowercase the selected text, press “lowercase”.
If you want to make the text uppercase, press “UPPERCASE”.
If you want to make the text title case, press “Title Case.”
This will change the case of the text accordingly.
Google Docs does not have a dedicated option for small caps, but you can still use the other text formatting options. This article showed you how to lowercase, uppercase, and title case in Google Docs. We hope you found it helpful.