Case conversion
 
TreePad offers more ways than most other editors do to convert the case of text in your article. Upper case and Title case (also termed Proper case) will help convert the first lines of text snippets into headings. Sentence case will instantly neaten the start of your paragraphs and save your Shift key.
 
To select one of the options available, highlight the block of text to be converted, then click Menu: Format⁄Convert, or Article context menu: Convert.
 
Alternatively, you can use the Uppercase or Lowercase toolbuttons on the Article and node formatting toolbar to perform upper⁄lower case conversion.
 
Here are some examples:
 
Lower case: All letters are converted to lower case, e.g., it's a nice day.
 
Upper case: All letters are converted to upper case, e.g., IT'S A NICE DAY.
 
Title case: All letters are converted to lower case except for the first letter of each word, which is converted to upper case, e.g., It's A Nice Day.
 
Sentence case: All letters are converted to lower case except for the first letter of each sentence, which is converted to upper case, e.g., It's a nice day.
 
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