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Word 2007 needs a "title case" where select words like on, in, for are not
capitalized -- while all other words are capitalized.

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Can you elaborate on this suggestion please? I don't quite understand
what you are asking for.

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Word 2007 needs a "title case" where select words like on, in, for are not
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This was suggested by the Beta 1 testers. The reply from Microsoft is that
it's being "considered for a future version".

In Word 2007, as a concession that what was formerly labeled title case
really isn't, the selection in the Change Case tool is being renamed to
"Capitalize Each Word".

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Word 2007 needs a "title case" where select words like on, in, for
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As Jay has verified, Word's "Title Case" isn't true title case, as it
capitalizes every word. In English, articles and prepositions in titles
(other than the first word) should not be capitalized.

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Can you elaborate on this suggestion please? I don't quite understand
what you are asking for.

Thanks,

Patrick Schmid
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Word 2007 needs a "title case" where select words like on, in, for are

not
capitalized -- while all other words are capitalized.

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"I
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