Mode - set the mode:
Lower Case - convert all characters to
Upper Case - convert all characters to
Proper Case - convert all characters to
Proper Case. Proper case will capitalise the first letter of every word. See Word Exclusion List below.
Sentence Case - convert all characters to
Sentence case. Sentence Case will search for punctuation typically marking the end of a sentence (
? ) and capitalise the first letter of the next word. Use the New Line as Sentence Delimiter option if you want the first letter after a line break to be capitalised.
Word Exclusion List - when using the Proper Case mode you can add comma separated strings (words) to be excluded. For example, if the source string was
this is a string then adding
is,a to the Word Exclusion List would mean the words is and a would not be capitalised resulting in
This is a String. By excluding words in this way you are able to create your own custom Title Case.
New Line as Sentence Delimiter - when checked, the first letter after a line break will be capitalised when the Mode is set to Sentence Case.