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07 Module Creation Upper Case to Lower Case

In this tip Module Creation Upper Case to Lower Case, I am going to help you with moving text from all upper case to lower case.

First, there is a philosophy behind what we do. In computing, it is considered YELLING WHEN YOU TYPE EVERYTHING UPPER CASE! The short of this, whatever the style and community aspects of this maybe, it is just more difficult to read all upper case text. If one or two words are upper case, there is no problem, but a whole line becomes difficult.

Second, when you create modules, rarely will two modules be the same. The text you start with, as well as the tools you have and what you want to end up with, are all variables. You need to learn to find tools and develop your own tools. Sometimes the easiest way is to forget about shortcuts and just do it by hand. This is especially true when the quantity of text you need to have reformatted is low. There are times when just a part of text wrapped around a graphic in the original is not OCR scanning correctly, and just forget about trying to find some way to get it, type it in from looking at it, and in 30 seconds you are done, and be on with life.

It is better to use bold to titles that all uppercase.

Sample Text

I. Introduction
II. THE REFORMED VIEW OF LIMITED ATONEMENT
III. THE ARMINIAN VIEW OF UNLIMITED ATONEMENT
IV. A RESPONSE TO THE CALVINISTIC ARGUMENTS THAT CHRIST DIED ONLY FOR THE ELECT
A. SCRIPTURE RESTRICTS WHO BENEFITS FROM CHRIST’S DEATH
1. The Calvinist Argument Stated
2. The Argument Negated
B. MAN CANNOT FRUSTRATE GOD’S EFFICACIOUS DESIGNS
1. The Calvinist Argument Stated
2. The Argument Negated
C. GOD WOULD BE UNFAIR IN SENDING UNBELIEVERS TO HELL
1. The Calvinist Argument Stated
2. The Argument Negated
D. UNLIMITED ATONEMENT LEADS TO UNIVERSALISM
1. The Calvinist Argument Stated
2. The Argument Negated
E. CHRIST DIED TO SAVE, NOT TO MAKE SALVATION POSSIBLE
1. The Calvinist Argument Stated
2. The Argument Negated
F. BOTH REPENTANCE AND FAITH ARE SECURED
1. The Calvinist Argument Stated
2. The Argument Negated
G. “WORLD” DOES NOT MEAN EVERYONE IN THE WORLD
1. The Calvinist Argument Stated
2. The Argument Negated
H. “ALL” DOES NOT MEAN EVERYONE.
1. The Calvinist Argument Stated
2. The Argument Negated
V. AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE VARIOUS VIEWS OF LIMITED ATONEMENT

There are ways for change the case, like in Open Office (Format->Change text to lowercase

which gives you this

i. introduction
ii. the reformed view of limited atonement
iii. the arminian view of unlimited atonement
iv. a response to the calvinistic arguments that christ died only for the elect
a. scripture restricts who benefits from christ’s death
1. the calvinist argument stated
2. the argument negated
b. man cannot frustrate god’s efficacious designs
1. the calvinist argument stated
2. the argument negated
c. god would be unfair in sending unbelievers to hell
1. the calvinist argument stated
2. the argument negated
d. unlimited atonement leads to universalism
1. the calvinist argument stated
2. the argument negated
e. christ died to save, not to make salvation possible
1. the calvinist argument stated
2. the argument negated
f. both repentance and faith are secured
1. the calvinist argument stated
2. the argument negated
g. “world” does not mean everyone in the world
1. the calvinist argument stated
2. the argument negated
h. “all” does not mean everyone.
1. the calvinist argument stated
2. the argument negated
v. an alternative to the various views of limited atonement

But that is not right either. So try the lowercase first word Upper case

i. Introduction
ii. The reformed view of limited atonement
iii. The arminian view of unlimited atonement
iv. A response to the calvinistic arguments that christ died only for the elect
a. Scripture restricts who benefits from christ’s death
1. The calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
b. Man cannot frustrate god’s efficacious designs
1. The calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
c. God would be unfair in sending unbelievers to hell
1. The calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
d. Unlimited atonement leads to universalism
1. The calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
e. Christ died to save, not to make salvation possible
1. The calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
f. Both repentance and faith are secured
1. The calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
g. “world” does not mean everyone in the world
1. The calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
h. “all” does not mean everyone.
1. The calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
v. An alternative to the various views of limited atonement

The problem here is that we are working too hard to be lazy.

If you use different word processors, at present I am editing in WordPress, I can simply tap the Insert key and it will overwrite instead of insert.

I. Introduction
II. The Reformed view of limited atonement
III The Arminian view of unlimited atonement
iIV A response to the Calvinistic arguments that Christ died only for the elect
A. Scripture restricts who benefits from Christ’s death
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
B. Man cannot frustrate God’s efficacious designs
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
C. God would be unfair in sending unbelievers to hell
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
D. Unlimited atonement leads to universalism
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
E. Christ died to save, not to make salvation possible
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
F. Both repentance and faith are secured
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
G. “World” does not mean everyone in the world
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
H. “All” does not mean everyone.
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
V. An alternative to the various views of limited atonement

Just old fashioned typing is sometimes the fastest and easiest way.

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