Change Text Case Manipulator

Change the case of text strings.

Mode - set the mode:

  • Lower Case - convert all characters to lower case.

  • Upper Case - convert all characters to UPPER CASE.

  • 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.

The Word Exclusion List is case sensitive. In the example above, if the source string was this iS a string then the result would be This IS a string because iS would not match the is entered in the list.

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.