To format the font in Excel, follow these steps:
1. Right-click the cell you want to adjust the size, color, and style of and select Format Cells from the menu that appears.
2. Click Size on the left-hand side of your screen.
3. Make your desired changes to Font Size, color, and style, and click OK on your computer's keyboard.
All Caps are difficult to read in some areas of Excel. They are usually used for headings that will be printed or displayed on a large screen.
There are two ways to change the capitalization of the text:
1) You can use the Font dialog: select a different font and apply it to your selection (or entire spreadsheet). The font must have a small-caps option.
2) Copy and paste the text into Word, then copy and paste it back into Excel. The purpose of using all capitals in Excel is not limited to just setting cell formatting. The formula will still work if you input it into a cell with any case except for the uppercase letter.
Fonts are a way of communicating to people about the message you are trying to send. They can be used for various purposes, such as emphasis of data, emphasizing certain words, or just simply making your point clearer. In Excel, you can change the font size of a cell by selecting it and clicking on "Font" in the Home tab. Once selected, click on "More Fonts" and then select "Show More Fonts". This will open up a new window with many choices for fonts and sizes. From here, you can select All Caps as your desired font option.