how to capitalize first letter in Excel

Q34. In Excel, how do I have proper (Capitalize the first letter in each word of a text) text in cells?

For example, I have a list of names - some are fully capitalized, some are proper while some use lower case only. I want to standardize them to have proper names.

To do it in Excel, here is the answer:

a) Enter the formula =PROPER(BY5) as shown below where BY5 corresponds to the cell that needs to be properly capitalized.

Copy the formula for the rest of the range as required.

excel how to capitalize first letter


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