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Hi Jonathan!

Am Mittwoch, den 06.04.2011, 12:40 +0000 schrieb toki:
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On 06/04/2011 07:59, lj wrote:
Capitalizing Letters in LibreOffice.

">Format >Change Case"
Options are:
* Sentence Case;
* Lower Case;
* Upper Case;
* Capitalize Every Word.  (This should be renamed to "Title Case");

There is a difference between "capitalize every word" and "title case".
Liz once nicely described the Title Case in the User
Interface Text Guidelines:

So the current menu item naming seems correct, but ... see below,


The "Change Case" menu really changes the characters (and thus: it's not
formatting only - if one looks closer). There is another option that
only applies a real formatting and, thus, doesn't change the entered
characters. It is located in the Format - Character menu (tab: Font
Effects, drop-down: Effects). You can set it to "Title" as well
(strange, the behavior differs from the description above).


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