Windows 98 Tips - Making A Folder Or File Label All Capital Letters
Did you ever want to use all capital letters when naming a folder or file, but were met with frustration and confusion when you type the folder name in all uppercase, then hit enter, just to find the first letter was the only one to remain capitalized? Want to know the trick to keeping all capital letters in a folder or file name? There are two different ways you can accomplish the task.
Pay careful attention how you name the folder. Be sure to include at least
one extended character, such as a space or a comma, or, use a file name with more than eight letters.
The other way you can make those capital letters stick is to install the Desktop Update for Internet Explorer 4.x available at Microsoft's Web Site (www.microsoft.com).
Once you install the Desktop Update:
1 - In any Explorer Window, select View/Folder Options