This is a really simple tip. But it’s one I use on an almost daily basis. When writing and editing text, I frequently find words that were at the start of the sentence get moved to halfway through – or vice versa. Which leaves the capital letters in the wrong place.
To quickly fix the capitalization:
This simply cycles from lower case to Sentence case to ALL CAPS and back to lower case. It’s much easier than having to: position the cursor, delete the first letter, and retype it correctly.
This also works in Word and Outlook.
Mac users: it doesn’t work out-of-the-box, but you can quickly configure it as a custom shortcut: follow the instructions here. Note: the menu title you need to use is Change Case.