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When you type the letter "i" followed by a mathematical symbol, the letter is not automatically capitalized.
You expect the letter "i" to be automatically capitalized as it is in earlier versions of Microsoft Word.
Microsoft Word 2002 and later versions of Word do not automatically capitalize the letter "i" when the letter is placed before mathematical symbols or certain punctuation marks.
Word automatically capitalizes the letter "i" in the following situations:
This is changed from previous versions in order to accurately display mathematical equations.
Word no longer automatically capitalizes the letter "i" when it appears before a colon. For example, "i:2" is no longer changed to "I:2".
This is changed from previous versions in order to accurately display worksheet cell entries.
To view the Word capitalization options, follow these steps:
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