Today is International Caps Lock Day, a day celebrating people who want to type all in capitals for whatever reason. We'll grab this occasion to remind you that if you have accidentally typed something in all caps in Microsoft Word, the very handy Shift-F3 shortcut will help get things back to normal. Picture by Hulton Archives/Getty Images
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