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Caps lock

Explanation

The Caps Lock key locks the letters so that they appear as capital letters, until you press the key again. The Caps Lock key, shown in Exhibit 4-3, is a toggle switch, which means pressing it once activates it, and pressing it again deactivates it. On most keyboards, a small light will turn on somewhere on the keyboard, which indicates that Caps lock is activated. Caps lock is useful when you want all your text to be uppercase, which is often used in informal writing, or to create headlines and other noticeable text in such things as flyers and newsletters.


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