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Just wondering, why appears my text so scrambled, when I entered it
    in nice, separated paragraphs??(2011/03/24 12:47), Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:(2011/03/24 12:11), 
toki wrote:"ToolsCustomizeKeyboardCTRL 1": Add the specific style you want.III. change The CASE 
shortcut: (SHIFT-F3 in MS Word),"ToolsCustomizeKeyboardShift F3": Add the specific case you want.

And if that isn't what you want to do, state specifically what you do want.Yes, you can do THAT. 
But ...It switches lower case to upper case, but does not TOGGLE between
    those two states.You need to assign "lowercase" (or initial caps for example) to a
    different shortcut.(I hate MS Word, but at least it gives you the toggle between these
    attributes - which is the convenience users (like me) are looking
    for.)I have asked similar questions several times already (that was about
    highlighting)Apparently, this is either technically not possible - or nobody
    knows the answer.(I never got any answer and now have to live with what I perceive as
    awkward workarounds)The stupid thing is, LO (or OO which I used before), comes with a
    DEFAULT function ofTOGGLING between superscript (or subscript) and normal script.:
    Ctrl+Shift+PIf this function **IS** available for superscript (for example), I
    cannot understand why this is NOT available for attributes like
    bold, highlight, upper case etc.Is there any essential difference between one font attribute and
    another???(again: I did ask this question many times already)With all due respect, but I think 
this is a really stupid/annoying
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