Windows 10: Capitalisation of some words in Mail on Windows 10

Discus and support Capitalisation of some words in Mail on Windows 10 in Windows 10 Software and Apps to solve the problem; Hi all, I think it all started with some of the latest upgrades. Every time I write certain words in an email using the Mail app on Windows 10, their... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Software and Apps' started by DiegoPabon, Nov 5, 2019.

  1. Capitalisation of some words in Mail on Windows 10


    Hi all,


    I think it all started with some of the latest upgrades. Every time I write certain words in an email using the Mail app on Windows 10, their first letter automatically changes to make it a capitalised one, in mid-sentence.


    The thing is those are words that I commonly use, not sure if I might have activated something by mistake. But this happens as I mentioned mid-sentence and I have to correct the word every time. Usually these are common words such as "will" (that immediately changes to "Will" as in a name).


    Any help will be really appreciated as this is annoying as it happens every time.


    Thanks in advance

    :)
     
    DiegoPabon, Nov 5, 2019
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  2. Capitalising words

    OK I must be missing something obvious but how do I captalise letters in a text message? If I'm at the start of a sentence the first letter of the word is capitalised automatically as expected. What if I want to capitalise letters in the middle of s sentence?

    'Jenny jones from bbc america wants to meet...' looks a bit weird when I want to text 'Jenny Jones from BBC America wants to meet...'

    Using N3120c
     
    alexirambert, Nov 5, 2019
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  3. WINDOWS 10 SPEECH RECOGNITION , ----PROBLEMS WITH CAPITALISING LETTERS OR WORDS

    many thanks for your reply which was definitely very helpful. Up you have explained h-* ow to capitalise all the words in a sentence but what happens if one wants to capitalise only the first letter of a particular word? How does one do this?
     
    neilgellman, Nov 5, 2019
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  4. Marco Gav Win User

    Capitalisation of some words in Mail on Windows 10

    WINDOWS 10 SPEECH RECOGNITION , ----PROBLEMS WITH CAPITALISING LETTERS OR WORDS

    Hi Neil,





    The command to capitalize the first letter of a word is: Caps word. If voice recognition is having a hard time understanding your command, we suggest that you
    train your PC. You can do that by following these steps:


    • Press the Start button.

    • Type and select Windows Speech Recognition.

    • Follow the instructions.



    For more commands that you can use, you can check here:
    Windows Speech Recognition commands
    .

    Let us know how it goes.

    Regards.
     
    Marco Gav, Nov 5, 2019
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