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How to capitalize first letter in a mail sentence automatically?


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How do I capitalize the first letter in a Mail sentence automatically? This works effortlessly in Outlook, (and Word), what settings shall I change in order for it to work on my Apple Mail? I have an injured arm and wrist so to press shift multipel times is something I want to avoid.
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On an iOS device, this "just happens," but yeah -- I can't find an obvious way to accomplish this built into OS X. There are third-party solutions such as TextSoap (and I'll bet there's a free "service" out there if I look hard enough), but nothing built-in that I can find.
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Hi! Thank´s.
I think this is something Apple should change and adapt to the standards of Outlook/ Windows since user-friendliness is one of the reasons why many buy Mac.
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Well, as a result of this feature, Word and Outlook frequently capitalize things I don't want capitalized. There's a trade-off.
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