Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Microsoft Power Fx Upper and Lower Functions #shorts

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April Dunnam
I'm a Partner Technical Architect at Microsoft and Power Apps/Power Automate MVP Alumni. As a Partner Technical Architect on the Modern Workplace Team, I focus on helping our partner ecosystem skill-up on Teams and Power Platform and overcome technical barriers. I'm a developer who is passionate about the Power Platform. I have an active YouTube Channel and blog where I share how-to videos and demos around Power Apps, Power Automate, Teams and SharePoint. I regularly speak at events across the globe to share Power Platform knowledge. On top of blogging, I speak at local tech events and run the local PowerApps and Flow User Group. When I’m not working I love going to karaoke or trivia night at the local brewery.

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Learn how to use the upper and lower functions in Microsoft Power Fx to change the casing of your text to either all upper case or all lower case in your Power Apps canvas apps.

Wether you want to change how information is displayed in your Power Apps or maybe you’re trying to do a comparison to filter data and you need to make sure the data you are comparing is the same casing, there are many reasons why you might need to use the Upper and Lower functions.

For more info on the Upper and Lower functions in Power Apps, check out this documentation:

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