Have you ever seen writing where the first letter of a word was capitalized, and the rest of the word was completed with smaller capital letters? This is accomplished in Word 2013 by enabling a Small caps setting on the Font menu.
Our guide below will direct you to this setting so that you can enable it if you wish. you can then type normally but, rather than capital letters and lowercase letters, your document will contain capital letters and smaller versions of those capital letters.
How to Force Small Capital Letters as the Font in Word 2013
The steps in this article are going to show you how to switch to a font option in Word 2013 where your document content is displayed with the “Small caps” effect. This means that capital letters will be their normal size but, rather than traditional lowercase letters, the lowercase letters will actually be smaller versions of the capital letters. It’s a neat effect that might be just what you have been looking for in certain types of documents.
Step 1: Open your document in Word 2013. If the document already has text that you would like to convert to the small caps format, then you will need to select that text first. You can select the entire document by clicking anywhere inside the document, then pressing Ctrl + A on your keyboard.
Step 2: Click the Home tab at the top of the window.
Step 3: Click the small Font button at the bottom-right corner of the Font section in the ribbon.
Step 4: Check the box to the left of Small caps, then click the OK button at the bottom of the window.
Does part or all of your document have formatting that you want to change? Learn how to clear all formatting from a selection in Word 2013 if you would rather do everything at once instead of changing each individual formatting setting.