Q. What is title case?

Answer

Title case is the name of a capitalization rule. To write in title case means to capitalize the the first letter of the first word and the first letter of all following words except for prepositions and articles. The other capitalization rules are sentence case, upper case, and lower case.

Examples:

This is Written in Title Case

this is written in lower case

This is written in sentence case.

THIS IS WRITTEN IN UPPER CASE

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  • Last Updated Sep 11, 2020
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