Change Text Case is a handy web application that enables you to change the text case of any given text.
Simply copy and paste the text into the text area below and click the required text case.
Have you ever typed out a document, made a few capitalization mistakes and wished you won't have to waste much time editing? It happens a lot, and if you are using a typical word processing tool, you will have your mistakes autocorrected as you type, but those kinds of software only correct grammatical errors. If you have to capitalize on a whole portion, you will need to do it manually. And that takes time. However, with an online text transforming tool like ours, you can easily transform the case of your texts. All you have to do is copy and paste your text, then select the case you want to transform it to.
The Change Uppercase to Lowercase Tool is one of several SEO tools available on our site SEOCheckUpTools.com. It is an online text Converter that can receive both upper cases and lower case letters as input and do a text transform on them into desired cases.
There are several sub tools inside the Change Title Case Converter Tool; we will review them below.
Finally, the Change Title Capitalization Converter Tool is one of the useful tools you freely have access to on SEOCheckUpTools.com. The tool automatically changes case and ensures you do not lose any content you've expended time and energy creating. If there is any kind of “case error” in the text created, correcting the error is as simple as copying the text into the input area of the tool and engaging the right tool.
The Change Small Text Converter Tool performs letter case conversions more seamlessly compared to traditional word editors; whose autocorrect function sometimes miss out on some errors in a text.
The Sentence case text tool takes only the first letter of the first word of the sentence (or group of words), and proper nouns inputted into the text area and convert it to upper case.
Sentence case also referred to as “down style” or “reference style” is used by newspaper publishers in the United States and the United Kingdom for titles, headings, and news headlines. Particularly, all publications in the United Kingdom widely adopt sentence cases in several publications: lists, bibliographies, reference lists; etcetera.
Your typical word processor can perform this task, but you can use this tool to check for any grammatical errors before submitting to your editor.
Sentence case tool in action:
The lower case text tool takes every upper case letter inputted into the text area and converts all to lower case letters.
Lower case letters are generally used for every letter in every word except for the first letter in words that begin sentences and proper nouns. Note that there are exceptions to this rule, specifically in words in which there is unusual capitalization; for example, eBay, JetBlue, iMac; etcetera.
How to convert to lowercase:
The UPPER CASE text tool takes every lower case letter inputted into the text area and converts all to upper case letters.
Upper case letters or “ALL CAPS” find use in words or phrases a writer wants to emphasize, in titles on book covers; in advertisements, to highlight a message; in newspaper headlines, and on building plaques. They also indicate acronyms in texts.
How to convert to uppercase:
The Capitalize Word text tool will take every first lower case letters of every word in the sentence inputted and change all to upper case letters.
Capitalized words or “Title Cases” as they are known are widely used for titles in texts where every word in the sentence; except for articles, conjunctions and prepositions; begins with a capital letter.
It's common to see title cases used for titles of books, plays, and movies, but seldom for articles. This variation is mostly a question of style. When writing, decide the headline style you want to use. This is of course if you are not writing under strict guidelines where you are given a headline style.
Capitalize word tool in action: