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Q: How can I convert my text to lower case in PowerPoint 365 on the web?

Franck DernoncourtI have some text in a slide in PowerPoint 365 on the web. I want to convert my text to lower case. I followed https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/change-the-capitalization-or-case-of-text-1d86cf80-fbef-4380-8d6f-59a6b77db749#OfficeVersion=Web: Select the text you want to change. Go to Home

 
Image shows 'sentence case' not 'lower-case' being selected. The first character "is" larger than the rest so it's applied. What tests have you done? Have you tried clear formatting? You have the word 'Experiment' in sentence case so what's the problem? We can't troubleshoot this for you on this site. You need to properly identify what is going on "and" how you got there to get a solution. Is there a style applied to the text box? Are you using a template? Did you start this in Desktop ver w/ Small Caps then open it in the web version?
Franck, This is not a troubleshooting site. Please edit your question to explain the specific steps another user can perform to recreate your "problem." Note that PowerPoint does not seem to have a way to apply "Small Caps" however the desktop version does. Powerpoint will however restore normal characters using Clear Formatting which I have tested and confirmed. If this is not a software bug, then it is something unique to your methodology or environment neither of which we have access to.
 
What is the name of the font you're using? It looks like a small caps font or special Unicode (e.g., "Sᴍᴀʟʟ Cᴀᴘs Lᴇᴛᴛᴇʀɪɴɢ")
 
@Franck if you want to share the file with me I can take a look at it.
 

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