Capitalize All Letters in a Cell in Excel

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    Enter your data
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    There is a name entered in cell "A1".
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    In cell "B1", type "=upper(A1)"
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    Alternatively, click the cell "A1" instead of typing it.
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    Press "Enter"
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    Now, the name appears in uppercase letters.
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