Recently, I got into an issue. I need to replace “Visual Basic” with “Visual Basic [VB]” in a word document. So, I used Find and Replace option to perform above thing. But, after replacement, all the letters were in capital like “VISUAL BASIC [VB]” instead of “Visual Basic [VB]”.
I tried different options to replace all capitals with the format I want using Find and Replace option, but it didn’t work. There were around 60 replacements in the doc.
Finally, I followed below simple steps to replace “VISUAL BASIC [VB]” with “Visual Basic [VB]”.
- Press CTRL+F
- Click Replace button
- Entered the data like shown in below figure. Check “Match case” box and click “No formatting” button (options to be changed are highlighted in yellow color)
- Now click “replace” or “Replace all” button.
Done. Letters will be replaced as you typed in Replace text box without any formatting (capitals).
Note: You can simply open original doc and follow above steps to Find “Visual Basic” and replace it with “Visual Basic [VB]” without capitalization.