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Is there a way to automatically capitalize the 1st letters, 'I', special terms etc in emails? For lazy people not wanting to press 'shift' all the time.

  • Welcome. What web application are you using? Please add a brief description of you search/research efforts as is suggested on How to Ask. Ref. help center, How to Ask – Rubén Oct 1 at 21:23
  • I'm using webpage or outlook version of email – feynman Oct 2 at 3:36
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You can copy-and-paste/write you email on these websites convertcase.net or professionalediting.org and click "sentence case"

You don't have to install any extensions and it's accessible anywhere as long as you are online. It's a pretty lazy way to meet your purpose.

  • Welcome. Please edit the links of your answer to convertcase.net and professionalediting.org. It should be transparent where the links lead to. – marikamitsos Oct 10 at 10:56
  • professionalediting.org is great! but what if i want the 1st letter of countries to b capitalized? – feynman Oct 12 at 12:12
  • but anyway, if it takes another website to help, one might as well use MS word, which does a better job than a website in capitalizing? – feynman Oct 12 at 12:21
  • @feynman If you also need other characters to be capitalized, you may need something like Grammarly – wada Oct 13 at 20:05
  • @wada thannks for the advice. but grammarly seems only to tell where grammar is wrong, but doesn't automatically capitalize by one click? – feynman Oct 14 at 3:35

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