Applies “intelligent” title case to the selected text; capitalizes words based, as much as possible, on rules of the style specified in your user preferences.
An editorial eye should still be applied to significant prepositions, Latin terms, initialisms, acronyms, and other exceptions to the general rules of capitalization. (This feature is also available from the Context Menu.) See User Settings to set style preferences.
Add Word to Capitalization Dictionary
Adds the selected word (as capitalized) to the capitalization dictionary of your choice.
Select a word with atypical title case capitalization. Right-click it to open the context menu. Click this option and choose the capitalization dictionary to which you want to add the word.
- Editorial Preferences: The rules of the Title Case feature are affected by the style guide selected under the Editorial Preferences tab. Selecting a different style guide will change how certain words are capitalized. You can also load, unload, or modify custom capitalization dictionaries, which will be used to apply title case to specially capitalized words such as XML or ScML.
- Find and Replace: Title Case can be used in the “Replace” field to apply intelligent title case to found instances of a search.