How to Quickly Capitalize Text in Google Slides

You can easily add text to any presentation in Google Slides with the help of a text box. That box can then be repositioned and resized so that it appears in the location on the slide that you desire. But, depending on the type of text that you have in that text box, you may find that it doesn’t look right, or that it doesn’t stand out as much as you would like.

One way to resolve this issue is to apply formatting to that text. This can be in the form of color, or a new font, or you can choose to make all o the text uppercase. But if there is a lot of text, then you might prefer not to retype all of it. Fortunately you are able to use a capitalization formatting option in Google Slides that will convert all of your text to uppercase.


How to Apply Uppercase Formatting in Google Slides

The steps in this guide assume that you currently have a Google Slides presentation containing text that you want to make all uppercase. You will be selecting that text and applying a formatting change to it so that all of the text, regardless of its current formatting, will become uppercase.

Step 1: Go to your Google Drive at and open the presentation.


Step 2: Use your mouse to select the text that you want to put into uppercase.

select the text to capitalize



Step 3: Click the Format tab at the top of the window.

open the format menu in google slides



Step 4: Choose the Capitalization option, then click the UPPERCASE option.

google slides uppercase formatting



The text that you have selected should all be uppercase. Note that you can also choose from one of the other two capitalization options, if you prefer.


Would you like to adjust your presentation so that it is more visually appealing? Find out how to apply a theme in Google Slides and select from a number of different default themes that can make your presentation look great. newsletter

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