The Caps Lock key is a convenient tool that can be used in the case where the user is required to write one or more letters or even a whole text in capital (uppercase) letters. It should be borne in mind that pressing this key will cause a change in appearance only typed letters: for example, numbers and other special characters will not change from its use.

The use of the Caps Lock key

The Caps Lock key on a standard keyboard has a fairly convenient location: it is in the middle left row of the main part of the keyboard located between the Tab key, letter A to Latin layout and the Shift key. The inclusion of the Caps Lock key allows you to go on to use writing in capital (uppercase) letters on a regular basis. The transition to this mode with a single tap of the Caps Lock key.In turn, in order to disable this mode, you must once again press the specified button on the keyboard. In order to inform the user about the mode on standard keyboards there is a special display of this button: if pressed, above the number pad in the right part of the printer's indicator turns green, marked with a capital letter, which goes off when turning off the corresponding mode.

Additional opportunities to use the

Thus, the mode, activated when you press the Caps Lock key, convenient if you want to print a few words or even a whole text in capital (uppercase) letters. If you want to capitalize one or more letters, you can resort to another method: for example, retention of the button when the Shift key is pressed with the designation letter will automatically make it a capital (uppercase). Some users find this method more convenient, since for the translation of one letter in the title register actually requires only one press additional keys, while the Caps Lock is on, you must first enable, and then disable that is to use a double tap.

This technique, however, can be used in the opposite way. For example, you print the text using capital letters when Caps Lock key is enabled, and you need to make one or a few letters lowercase. In this case, when pressing the right letters to keep the Shift key: it temporarily switches off the register in lowercase letters, and once you release it permanent will once again be the Caps Lock. Don't forget to disable it after you're finished typing in all capital letters.