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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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In this relatively long thread, I don't think anyone has mentioned two commands that are inbuilt in Dragon: "'All Caps That," and "No Caps That." You can use these two commands to precede text as well. For example, "No Caps Mississippi" produces "mississippi."

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