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Topic Title: Lowercase/uppercase <text>
Topic Summary: How can I find/write a command like that?
Created On: 04/13/2019 03:24 PM
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 Lowercase/uppercase <text>   - missink - 04/13/2019 03:24 PM  
 Lowercase/uppercase <text>   - R. Wilke - 04/13/2019 03:47 PM  
 Lowercase/uppercase <text>   - missink - 04/13/2019 05:51 PM  
 Lowercase/uppercase <text>   - locution - 04/13/2019 08:06 PM  
 Lowercase/uppercase <text>   - Alan Cantor - 04/13/2019 10:34 PM  
 Lowercase/uppercase <text>   - Edgar - 04/14/2019 12:57 PM  
 Lowercase/uppercase <text>   - Lunis Orcutt - 04/14/2019 02:06 PM  
 Lowercase/uppercase <text>   - missink - 04/19/2019 04:41 PM  
 Lowercase/uppercase <text>   - locution - 04/19/2019 05:06 PM  
 Lowercase/uppercase <text>   - PG LTU - 04/19/2019 06:36 PM  
 Lowercase/uppercase <text>   - Scribe - 05/23/2019 11:56 AM  
 Lowercase/uppercase <text>   - PG LTU - 05/23/2019 02:35 PM  
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I'm afraid "capitalize <text>" isn't what I'm looking for here, because it produces title case. I'm looking for commands analogous to "uppercase that" (WHICH PRODUCES THIS) and "lowercase that" (which produces this), not "capitalize that" (Which Produces This).

I haven't been able to figure out how to create my own. I tried, using HeardWord "select", <dictation>, but of course that didn't work, because HeardWord wants every word to be a separate argument. It did work in special cases where was exactly equivalent to an existing vocabulary entry, like "Microsoft Word", but of course I would like it to work for once-off phrases as well. If you do know how to make it work, I would appreciate your suggestions.

(Edited because the angle brackets keep getting lost.)



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