Working with QAT and Ribbons: Change Ribbon Labels from CAPs to Title Case in PowerPoint

Created: Thursday, December 27, 2018, posted by Geetesh at 12:18 pm

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PowerPoint 2013’s user interface has changes galore, as soon as the application is launched you see the new Presentation Gallery. Then when you create a new presentation, you’ll notice that all the slides are now set by default to widescreen 16:9 aspect ratios. Another very obvious change that does not make too many people happy is the new bright orange interface. Fortunately, this can be changed to a more subtle grey. Optionally you can get tattooed interfaces by applying Office Backgrounds. If these cosmetic changes were not enough, have you noticed that the tab names on the Ribbon are all in CAPs? It’s almost as if PowerPoint is shouting!

Fortunately we don’t have to bemoan without providing you with a solution! Although these Ribbon labels are in CAPs text case, you can change to whatever case you desire. This will provide the PowerPoint interface with a much more cleaner look.

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Change Ribbon Labels from CAPs to Title Case in PowerPoint 2013

Change Ribbon Labels from CAPs to Title Case in PowerPoint

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