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The answer from ( http://www.latex-community.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&p=4872 )works for me: =================== Re: Can I have more control over my subscripts? Postby ptoche on Thu Aug 7th, 2008 Great tip. My contribution is absolutely trivial: In preamble, define: \newcommand{\ms}{\scriptscriptstyle} In text, type: {\ms TEXT} where "ms" stands ...

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Here is a simple way with sectsty: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{sectsty} \usepackage{titlecaps} \allsectionsfont{\titlecap} \begin{document} \section{This should be title case} \subsection{This should also be title case} \end{document} This will make all sectional headings in title caps. If you want this for only section fonts, use ...

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As mentioned by Werner in his comment, Steven Segletes's titlecaps package provides a macro called \titlecap that capitalises every word of its argument. Simply use that macro in the last mandatory argument of \titleformat from the titlesec package to typeset the heading of interest in title case. Edit: as Gonzalo Medina remarks, no need for the explicit ...

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You can use the titlesec and titlecap packages and use the formatting command: \titleformat{\section}[hang]{\Large\bfseries}{\thesection}{\titlecap} The 1st argument after [hang] describes the global formatting of label + section title; the second argument describes commands specific to the labal and the third argument is for commands specific to the ...

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As far as I am aware, there is no BibTeX (nor any biblatex) style that implements a "convert to title case" macro/function (there was a question a while back on how to acheive this with biblatex, the answer shows a way to get started with such a macro in biblatex with Biber). There is, however, a function to turn titles into sentence case (uppercase first ...

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