Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Quick Ways to Handle Case, or Capitalization
Book I
Chapter 2
Table 2-1
Cases for Headings and Titles
Case
Description
Example Title
Sentence case
The first letter in the first word
is capitalized; all other words
are lowercase unless they are
proper names.
Man bites dog in
January
Lowercase
All letters are lowercase
unless they are proper names.
man bites dog in
January
Uppercase
All letters are uppercase no
matter what.
MAN BITES DOG IN
JANUARY
Capitalize each word
The first letter in each word is
capitalized.
Man Bites Dog In
January
Figure 2-5:
Capitalization
schemes
(clockwise
from
upper-left):
sentence
case;
capitalize
each word;
uppercase;
lowercase.
To change case in Word and PowerPoint, all you have to do is select the text,
go to the Home tab, click the Change Case button, and choose an option on
the drop-down list:
Sentence case: Renders the letters in sentence case.
lowercase: Makes all the letters lowercase.
UPPERCASE : Renders all the letters as capital letters.
Capitalize Each Word: Capitalizes the first letter in each word. If you
choose this option for a title or heading, go into the title and lowercase
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