Hi, Peter, Is it possible at all? Perhaps a menu item I'm overlooking? This is a major pain for me as many of my source docs come with uppercase titles. In the past, I've written macros in Word to open, change, save, and close bulk groups of Word docs, but it sure would be nice if I could do it as part of my normal formatting routine in RH. Thanks, Shelley
I'm not familiar with creating macros (in anything), but there are shortcut keys that you can use to accomplish changing from uppercase to lowercase (and then to sentence case).
CTRL+D - Opens the Font window.
ALT+W - Changes to lowercase.
ALT+Z - Changes to capitalize.
You can't change from all caps to just capitalized. You'd have to first change to lowercase and then go back in and change to capitalize. So... it could be that you could create a macro to do all of this.
Sorry but it is a macro solution. Also using a macro does not actually change the text, instead it applies a span tag so that it displays as required. Thus iPad would appear as IPAD but the HTML would achieve that by applying a span tag. That will be ignored if you have generate printed documentation and there you would still get iPad.
I think you would be better off reverting to fixing the problem in Word first.
See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring tips
Ok. Thanks, Peter. That's what I thought, I just wanted to double check that I wasn't missing anything. Thanks again!