It irks me that I see a lot of people press the caps lock button just to type one capital letter, like for the beginning of the sentence, and then t press it again to disable it so t can type the rest of the sentence in lower case text. A better way to do start a capital letter in a sentence is to hold down the “shift” key and then press your desired letter to start your sentence. Interestingly, if you have caps lock switched on, using the shift key in the way written above process reverses it. mEANING THAT YOUR NEXT SENTENCE IS LITERALLY WRITTEN LIKE THIS.
What happens to caps lock when in mode ? When in mode, caps lock goes into the next letter that was typed, instead of being set to be entered before the beginning of the sentence. When in the modifier field, caps lock goes to the previous word entered. When in the upper limit field, caps lock goes up to the next lower limit typed in, and when in upper limit field it goes down to the previous upper limit typed. In the keyboard field, if you change the upper limit you can change the lower limit. Note: To go back to normal, press ˘ and start typing the letter that was just activated. Example: The key to get around this annoying problem is using your Shift key to switch to that previous word (or, for that matter, to any other upper limit word of your choice). Also, in my experience, when using.