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When lower case text is typed, OpenOffice.org changes the first letter to uppercase. How do reverse this setting?


This setting is designed to correct sentences mistakenly typed starting with a lower case letter.

To reverse this setting:

  1. Select Tools > AutoCorrect and then the Options tab.
  2. Near the top of the list, uncheck the box next to "Capitalize first letter of every sentence"
  3. Click OK at the bottom of the dialog to apply the change.

Learn more about removing automatic corrections: How do I turn off automatic correction and formatting?.


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