{capitalization} is about letters being UPPER CASE (also called majuscules or capitals) or lower case (miniscules), changing one into the other, or determining which one letters are. A special case of capitals are small caps, which have their own tag {small-caps}.

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Applying \nouppercaseheads to section headers only in memoir

How would one apply \nouppercaseheads only to section headers when using the memoir document class? \documentclass[a4paper]{memoir} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{...
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Lowercase in \citet{}, uppercase in \citep{}

My institute's format standards require that author's name in \citet{} citations should appear with first letter in uppercase, whereas in \citep{}, all letter should be in uppercase. For example: \...
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How do I prevent proper nouns from being converted to lowercase by a bst file in LaTex?

My bibliography contains some items like this: R. K. Sawyer, “Improvisation and the creative process: Dewey, collingwood, and the aesthetics of spontaneity,” The problem is that the proper nouns ...
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Why does \uchyph=0 not work for me?

Why does \uchyph=0 not work for me? It is in my preamble, but Istill get names of people hyphenated. Is it a font issue? I typeset with XeLaTeX. Minimal example: try with XeLaTeX with and ...
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Bibtex reference capitalisation concerning surname additions (van, van der, 't, etc) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Bibtex handling of the Dutch “van” name prefix with natbib In Dutch many people have a surname addition (Jan de Vries, Peter van Sluik), which are capitalized when the ...
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Capitalizing only the first word of the sentence in Section,Subsection

I am using the book class and I wrote all the parts, sections, subsections as \section{My Section Is Like This} that I produce something like this My Section Is Like This My editor asked to ...
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Implementation of “Title Case” in Bibtex

How is "title case" defined in bibtex? Which is the list of words not to capitalize, and in which file is it defined? Is it possible to change it? I checked the .bst file, but apparently it's ...
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Headers in book format

I am writting my thesis. I don't want the headers in each chapter to appear just in capital letters. Can I override the class file to get the header as " My First Chapter"?
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\lowercase with \IfSubStr and \StrDel

I'm trying convert an argument to lowercase, strip out the spaces, and then search for the resulting string in a list. Thus far, I've had no luck. Here's the code I would instinctively expect to work:...
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How to make section name uppercase in ToC?

Is there another way to change section names in ToC to uppercase besides Uppercase sections and subsections on ToC Cause this one doesn't work for me very well. Can it be done with tocloft package?
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\uppercase does not work with \IfSubStr?

I'm using \IfSubStr macro of xstring package to decide if user given options contains some letter and if they do I take some actions. I want case independent test on whether user options contain ...
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Automatically capitalize macro output if used after a period [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Detect beginning of a sentence in a macro for capitalization Is it possible to write a macro that is able to determine if it is used at the beginning of a sentence? For ...
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How to ensure the first letter of a footnote is always uppercase?

My friend has a problem where he uses \footcite together with authorstyle-icomp and wants things like "ibid." (ebd. in German) to be uppercased when they're at the beginning of a footnote. Also, his ...
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Change TOC to use underline in subsubsections

I am using the package memoir and I need to redefine the fonts in TOC with this rules: For Chapters: all-caps and bold For Sections: bold For SubSections: bold and italic For SubSubSections: bold ...
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force section and subsection to capital letters

hi Im trying to renew the section cmd to make all sections in capitals. i have tried stuff like \newcommand{\tmpsection}[1]{} \let\tmpsection=\section \renewcommand{\section}[1]{\tmpsection{\...
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partially non capital section title

I try to do a partially small capital title because of a Name. How would I do that? A mwe is given below: \documentclass{JAC2003} \begin{document} \section{BIGsmallBIG} \end{document} leads ...
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How to get all CAPS chapter titles

Trying to get all CAPS chapter titles. Using the following, only the ToC chapter title is all CAPS: \documentclass{memoir} \renewcommand{\chaptitlefont}{\MakeUppercase} \begin{document} \...
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Lower case of the small caps in description

I would to use the normal small caps with the item in description in order to distinguish lower from upper case (e.g. LaTeX). In particular: \begin{description} \item[I cAn't DiStiNguISH upPeR fROm ...
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Capitalize chapter* in toc with classicthesis

When adding a chapter entry in the toc, I would like to get it as the other chapters, ie capitalized… For instance, add this line \addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{Test} between these two lines of ...
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Is there a way to change the font style of the “References” section?

Is there a way to change the font style of the "References" section of a document? I'm using the sectsty package to modify section fonts and my code does not seem to affect the "References" section ...
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MakeUppercase and chapter font

I'm using the \MakeUppercase command (from \textcase) (but also tried \MakeTextUppercase cos I thought the problem might be caused by the math-environment of the chapter number) and the \addtokomafont{...
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fourier: How to get slanted lower and upper case Greek symbols by default

The fourier package has an option to slant lower case Greek; the upright lower case Greek symbols are then available as \other<symbol> macros. It seems upper case Greek symbols are always ...
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Getting error using \MakeUppercase with tocloft

Trying to use tocloft package to customize a table of contents, but I am running into errors using \MakeUppercase or \uppercase with certain commands, namely \cftsecfont. When I run the following ...
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fancyhdr package: changing header from uppercase to lowercase

I need to change my headers from uppercase to lowercase using fancyhdr. How do I do that? \documentclass[10pt,cleardoublepage=empty,twoside]{book} \usepackage{fancyhdr} \pagestyle{fancy} \...
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Switching a string in a token register to lowercase and processing via the package soul

I would like to store a string in a token register, transform it to all-lowercase, and process the resulting string via the macro \caps provided by the package soul. That is to say, transform the ...
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Biblatex handling of Dutch “van” prefix

This question has been posed in many different variants, but not exactly as I ask here, so please do not consider this as a duplicate. I use biblatex with the option useprefix. I would like to have ...
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Is there a preferred capitalization style for reference types in BibTeX/biblatex?

When looking at examples of reference lists, I've seen three capitalization styles used for reference types in .bib files: @misc @Misc @MISC I notice the all-lowercase style appears to be the most ...
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Capitalization of datetime format

In languages like dutch, the first letter of the names of days and months are not capitalized unless they occur as the first character of a sentence. So I added the following code in the preamble of ...
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Capitalising first letter of each word in section headings using book class

I would like to convert the fist letter of each word in all my section headings to capitals automatically. Is it possible? ie \section{This is my first section} Section 1. This Is My First Section
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In fancyhdr, ensure every letters in chapter/title names are in lowercase

In designing novels, (Document-class Book KOMA SCRIPT) I prefer to use all-small-caps in the running heads. Please find the first example, where both howards end and chapter 29 were all set in ...
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Generate labels using xstring and \Makelowercase

I am trying to write a command that allows me to reference a subsection with a generated label. The idea is that when I declare a step \step{Long Name With Many Uppercase Letters}, the generated ...
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When using autocap, how to still get correct alphabetical sorting?

In How to ensure the first letter of a footnote is always uppercase? I received an answer as to how proper capitalisation of Arabic surnames beginning with the definite article "al" could be ensured ...
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Long form of acronyms capitalized in section headings

I use the glossaries package and defined headers often in section titles. In general I keep the first letter of each word in the headings in capital case, but if an acronym occurs the first time, it ...
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How to write the capital letter form of “è”

I would like to write the capital letter form of "è"; many people suggest to do it by typing \'E which gives the accent in the opposite direction from left to right. How can I get the capital letter "...
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Using \MakeUppercase in \@startsection

I was toying a bit with the \@startsection command to change the layout of chapter / section headings. More specifically, I wanted my headers to be converted to uppercase. I was following an example ...
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How to make the Table of Contents, List of Figures, List of Tables to appear in Uppercase?

The following images depict my Lyx doc which gives the first output when converted to PDF. I am looking to capitalize them. I am using Koma documentclass This is the current Latex Preamble: \...
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Small letters as input but capital letters as output

Is it possible to define (or is there already) a macro which takes small letters as input but gives the same letters in capital as output? Example: \CapLet{horse} and \CapLet{fish} wiht the output ...
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Printing the bibliography heading in uppercase but showing it as sentence case in the ToC

At my class I am supposed to write a report where the chapter headings are always in uppercase, but have to printed in sentence case in the table of contents. For regular chapters I have achieved this ...
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Error when trying to use \MakeTextUppercase to customize the table of contents

I get the following error when trying to use \MakeTextUppercase to customize the table of contents: ! Undefined control sequence. \find@pdflink ...ode \protected@edef \Hy@testname ...
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Command to uppercase the first letter of a maths command

This question is a bit similar to Command to uppercase the first letter of each word in a sentence. What I want is to build a new command for being used just at math mode, using the \...
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Preserving part of Chapter text “as is”, from becoming uppercase as per titlesec definition?

Having this MWE: \documentclass{book} \usepackage[explicit]{titlesec} \titleformat{\chapter}[block]{\filcenter}{}{0pt}{\MakeUppercase{#1}} \begin{document} \chapter*{This should be all Uppercase. ...
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biblatex: uppercase in \parencite, but not in \textcite

How can I make \parencite produce an uppercase output, but normal case for \textcite? Result: \parencite{CARNAP1934} -> (CARNAP, 1934) \textcite{CARNAP1934} -> Carnap (1934) MWE: \...
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Write “A in bibliography but see” a

I'm writing my bibliography and in a title I wrote the following code: @inproceedings { R14, Author = {}, Booktitle = {}, Title = {`` A fully integrated..."}, Year = {} } But when I see ...
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Using Springer lncs and biblatex - wrong heading is shown for last page

I have a little problem with the Springer llncs class and biblatex. I use the parameter runninghead with the llncs class to show title and page number in the document head. At the last page where the ...
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Biblatex: Change \printbibliography[title={}] header output from uppercase to lowercase

I am using the \printbibliography[title={Legal Documents}] command of biblatex with a biber backend in order to created several subchapters within my bibliography chapters. However, the output header/...
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How to make \tl_upper_case:n applied to diacritics work in section argument?

The LaTeX3 Interfaces' documentation claims, page 224: In package mode, the case change system will also convert text stored using the LaTeX 2ε “LICR” approach. This will upper/lower case tokens ...
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classicthesis part numerals TOC vs. in text

My question is similar to this one this one. I use classicthesis and have the problem that a) when I don't redefine \thepart, I get lower case (instead of uppercase) roman numerals in the TOC ...
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control textcase within section heading

I am using IEEE document class in conference mode. I want to use a special word: name of my protocol inside the section title. The word has the form: aBCD/eFGH. Since each word of the whole section ...
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How can I create context-sensitive reference names for an environment which defines label prefixes on-the-fly?

Background: I asked a rather muddled but related question earlier. I received an excellent answer from Manuel to that question but my confusion about the problem means that I unfortunately asked the ...
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Use of \lowercase

If I write: \documentclass[a4paper]{report} \begin{document} \lowercase{Norma} \end{document} I get "norma" in the output, lowercased as I want it. However, if I write: \documentclass[a4paper]{...