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Let's say I'm typing a word in ALL-CAPS on the iPad. Currently, the only way I know of how to do this is to press SHIFT before each of the letters.

Is there an alternative, like a sticky shift or Caps Lock function, where I can just go into a caps mode, type the letters I want as all caps, and then go back to normal text entry? I've tried keeping my finger on the shift key as well while I type, but that doesn't work as expected.

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Works on iPhone as well –  Sklivvz Aug 23 '10 at 15:53

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Tap the Settings app. and click on the General *menu* > the Keyboard. Then turn "Enable Caps Lock" on.

Now just double-tap the shift key to enable caps lock once using the keyboard.

you can see with image tutorial here.

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Holding shift ought to work, also. Perhaps that relies on the caps lock option, but it works for me.

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