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Make section upper case in text but small capitals in toc

I am using the book class with four heading levels (part, chapter, section and paragraph) and I am trying to achieve the following no headings are numbered, the table of contents should only contain ...
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How to capitalize ToC entries using \capitalisewords and \titlecontents

I'm having a formatting issue with my document's table of contents (ToC). Specifically, I'm trying to capitalize the first letter of each word in the ToC entries using the \capitalisewords command ...
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How to Properly Case Change in ToC Entries and Make Chapter Numbers Clickable

I'm facing two issues with my LaTeX document's Table of Contents (ToC): Formatting Issue with \capitalisewords: I am using the \titlecontents command to format my ToC. I want to capitalize the words ...
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Issues with Apostrophes and Mixed-Case Sentences Using mfirstuc Package

I'm using the mfirstuc package for sentence case formatting and encountering two problems: Capitalizing Phrases with Apostrophes: I need phrases with apostrophes to be correctly capitalized, where ...
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how to put uppercase text into a variable [closed]

with this code \documentclass{article} \usepackage{graphicx} % Required for inserting images \begin{document} \newcommand{\TeIII}{ tit e3 } \newcommand{\AeIII}{\UseName{author24} } \...
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Convert all Uppercase first and last name into Lowercase excepted for the first letter of first and last name [duplicate]

Once lcompilation acheived, I have the following result : as you can see, all the first/last names are in Uppercase. However, I use the follwoing bibliography : @article{book:1, author = "W. ...
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What is the regurgitation process?

After a long time fighting with an \uppercase in a \csname ... \endcsname, I came across this post that mentions the argument being “regurgitated,” which means that to capitalize a control sequence, ...
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fontspec breaks capital greek letters redefinition

I am unable to redefine uppercase math symbols when using the fontspec package. Here is a minimal working example: \documentclass[ngerman]{standalone} \usepackage{fontspec} \let\psi\alpha %...
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How to use \MakeUppercase in combination with the bm package in LaTeX 2022-11-01

I am trying to submit LaTeX sources to arXiv and I ran into some issues. My project lives in overleaf where I am using TeX Live 2021 and everything compiles without any errors or warnings (except from ...
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Doesn't "\romannumeral1986" equal "mcmlxxxvi" in TeX?

In TeX, \uppercase{\romannumeral1986}\par %\catcode`\m=12 \uppercase{mcmlxxxvi} \bye produces So, doesn't mcmlxxxvi equal \romannumeral1986? What the difference between them? \expandafter can bypass ...
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"\uppercase{a\lowercase{bC}}" produces "Abc" in TeX?

In TeX, \uppercase{a\lowercase{bC}} produces Abc not ABC, why? As far as I know, TeX will run the inner group before run the outer group, so I think it should be ABC and even \uppercase{a\expandafter{\...
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MakeUppercase clash with hyperref pdf table of contents

Joint use of MakeUppercase, hyperref and \addcontentsline give me a small unexepceted (yet annoying) problem in the pdf table of contents. In the following (hopefully) minimal working example, I would ...
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Applying \MakeUppercase on \makebox makes text disappear

Here is a MWE of the problem: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \makebox[4cm][l]{This is a test.} \MakeUppercase{\makebox[4cm][l]{This is a test.}} \end{document} Which results in: The logs ...
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Title case for acronym in section titles together with hyperref

Using the acro package I want to use the long version of an acronym as a section title. However, as I title case them, the acronym should also be title cased while being lowercase in the normal text. ...
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Uppercase for TOC entries with etocname

I'm trying to customize my TOC with etoc in book class, but I'm failing to apply MakeUppercase to \etocname. I'm using local TOCs, hyperref and fancyhdr in case that is relevant. My main question: ...
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Capital letters in frameboxes

I'm trying to insert capital letters into frameboxes. Every time I use the letter Q on its own or in a string of capital letters, the frameboxes gets stretched vertically compared to the other letters'...
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Typeset process stops at "ts1cmr.fd" - Issue resolved - \MakeUppercase vs. \uppercase

UPDATE: I discovered "\MakeUppercase" vs. "\uppercase" was the root cause of the issue. Issue resolved. I have been successfully compiling this document for a while. The file has ...
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Chapters in ClassicThesis' table of content are not uppercase

I am currently trying to use the latest version of ClassicThesis (with ArsClassica style), but I have some problems with the look of some elements in the table of content. In the showcase example that ...
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Double a in last name

Im wondering how to make Latex sort last names with double a in a last name at the top of the reference list. As of now, my reference "Aasly" is sorted at the bottom of the list. @article{...
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Capitalize \dayofweekname first letter

I'm working with dates, in particular with \dayofweekname. Is there any way to capitalize the first letter (i.e. the output monday should become Monday)? I tried with \MakeUppercase and \...
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Cannot convert Greek lowercase to uppercase without accents in LuaLaTeX. How can I?

Please consider the following LuaLaTeX compilable code. It supposes to convert a sentence written in lowercase Greek to UPPERCASE, but with no accents. It converts to uppercase but the accents are ...
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Something is going wrong with the greek "o" letter, Babel and making uppercase. How can I fix it?

Please consider the following PdfLatex compilable code, which just converts a sentence in Greek from lowercase to uppercase letters with two ways, the traditional one and a new one (see link). But if ...
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How to capitalize the first letter of a glossary or acronym description

I'm using the glossaries package to define acronyms but in one place I want to start a sentence with the full text of the acronym: \subsection{Randomly-occurring deterministic disturbances} \acrlong{...
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Equivalent of \sc to get all uppercase

As in the title, by using \sc we obtain small caps. Is there an equivalent command to get all uppercase? I just could not find the answer anywhere.
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Can I define two exact same commands using /newcommand with the only difference is one is lower case and the other is upper case

In my macro file, I have defined two commands \newcommand{\SO}[1]{\mathsf{SO}(#1)} \newcommand{\so}[1]{\mathfrak{so}(#1)} There are two exact same commands with the only difference is in case. When I ...
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How can I change the case of a pgfkeys option dynamically within the name of a macro invoked on the fly?

I hope I am describing this correctly. In a larger project, I am trying to make my document level commands CamelCase and this is proving difficult when using keys and values, intended to be used ...
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How to use uppercase with zref?

I would like to use the command \makefirstuc (from the package mfirstuc) to capitalize the first letter of what is printed by the command \ztitleref (from the package zref). It doesn't work. Here is ...
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Special characters in a glossary entry cause an error if printed uppercase

I have a glossary entry that defines a word beginning with a special character "ś". Unfortunately I need to use this entry at the beginning of a sentence so it must be written uppercase. ...
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\MakeUppercase does not uniformly capitalize in subsection titles

I used the \MakeUppercase command to capitalize the subsection title, but there are some letters that are not capitalized synchronously. \documentclass[10pt,a4paper]{extbook} \usepackage{extsizes} \...
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Capitalize first letter of non-latin word (utf-8 two bits)

There is plain \uppercase macro as well as \MakeUppercase in latex3. The last one works perfectly fine with two bits utf-8 characters as long as you explicitly brace the argument \MakeUppercase{...
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Command \MakeUppercase does not work as expected in pdfLatex, but works fine in LuaLaTeX and XeLaTeX

As you can see from the minimal working examples below \MakeUppercase command when compiled with pdfLatex keeps accents for converted Uppercase words, although it shouldn't. When compiled with ...
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MakeTextUppercase broke for cyrillic

After the last TeXLive 2022 update, I was disappointed with the \MakeTextUppercase macro from textcase package for Cyrillic. I don’t understand what the conflict is, the package textcase has not been ...
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How do I make the section text in capital letters?

How to format the section with capital letters and leave the TOC text in normal format. I want to use this command: \section{Section Text} with the result similar to this: \section[Section Text]{\...
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Properly using glossary/acronyms entries in uppercased section headers

I am struggling to find a solution to changing the section heading of a report document to the upper case while using the \glsfmt* commands of the glossaries-extra package and avoiding the issue where ...
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How to stop automatically converting section titles to uppercase [revtex4-2]

Is there a way to stop automatic uppercasing for section titles (without using \lowercase{} for every word that should be in lowercase)? \documentclass[aps,prl,superscriptaddress]{revtex4-2} \...
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Show chapter title in the footer with first letter of word is uppercase

\documentclass[twoside,11pt]{book} \usepackage{fancyhdr,xcolor,lipsum} \let\Chaptermark\chaptermark \def\chaptermark#1{\def\Chaptername{#1}\Chaptermark{#1}} \fancyhead{} \renewcommand{\headrulewidth}{...
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Prevent the footnote from being uppercased

I have created a new command using \MakeUppercase. When there is a footnote within this command, its text is also changed to uppercase. How to avoid the case change? My MWE is below: \documentclass{...
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Beamer frametitle always uppercase for text but not for href or url

I have a \citebutton command that I often use in the frametitle to link to some sources. Furthermore, I want to force the frametitle to be always in uppercase. Unfortunately, I am not happy with my ...
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Wrong letter with \textsc [duplicate]

I am using babel-azerbaijani package and there are rules for upper-case and lowercase. However, in my document it does not work properly. \textsc{Alqoritmlərin Sirri} Will produce: Expected text ...
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How do I use cleveref within section titles whose formatting is in uppercase?

In my text, section titles should be in capital letters, so I used the sectsty package for this. However, when I want to put a cleveref inside the section title (which is in uppercase), the output is ...
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How to have the item's numbering in Roman Upper-case (Capital form, i.e. I, II, III)?

I have a theorem with different items in Roman numbers I want to have the item's numbering in Upper-case (Capital form, i.e. I, II, III) How can I do this in the given code? \documentclass[12pt]{...
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Table of content in uppercase

I want to produce a table of contents using LaTeX like this image at which the table of contents list are all in capital: So I wrote some LaTeX code, but nothing worked right. The commented sections ...
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Ideal BibTeX style for urls and case sensitivity

I have several websites that I want to cite as well as wanting dois/arXiv addresses be clickable. I also want to retain the case sensitivity that I enter into my BibTeX entries. I've tried using \...
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KOMA script: Appendix sections A1.1, A1.2, ... A2.1 and uppercase TOC chapter entries

I use xelatex with KOMA script class scrreprt. Now I have to number my thesis appendices as sections A1.1, A1.2 and subsections A1.1.1, and so on. Chapter entries in the TOC including chapter ...
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How to remove diacritics from uppercase greek in TOC and headings?

The solution to this problem partially solves the issue, but uppercase greek words are still appearing with diacritics in the table of contents. Is there any other way around this? \documentclass{...
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Lowercase i accent problem

I am having a trouble with author names. \author[A]{\fnms{Melih}} produces I need a dot on top of "I", as written in the code. However, "\.i" does not work. Is there any way to ...
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Glossaries, how to uppercase every first letter and only first letter (still supporting plural form)

From this question, how do I change it to have first letter of every word in uppercase with a command and only first word's first letter in uppercase with another command (still supporting plural form)...
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automatically decide when to uppercase - is it possible?

Is it possible to have a macro that will know when a sentence ends? So to be able to automatically typeset something uppercase or lowercase? E.g. \newcommand{\ciao}{\ifBeginOfSentence{Ciao}{ciao}} So ...
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Preserving the mixed-case of a word within a set of words that was previously set in title case

In the URL removing the first character in a combination of strings and commands/tokens using \gobblechar of stringstrings, @JosephWright has suggested the command \ExplTitlecase (expl3) to capitalize ...
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first letter uppercase in index

I am currently using the following index: \documentclass[a4paper,11pt,twoside, openleft]{book} \definecolor{DarkDarkPurple}{RGB}{63, 22, 59} \usepackage{imakeidx} \newcommand{\boldindex}[1]{\...
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