Case Converter

Case Converter by Solespire is a user-friendly web app tool to quickly modify text case. Transform to lower, upper, title, or capitalized case in seconds!

Title Case

Title Case prescribes capitalizing the initial word, and all significant words thereafter, leaving articles, prepositions, and conjunctions in lower case.

Example: “This is an Example of Title Case in Use.”

Capitalized Case

Capitalized Case is the style where a word starts with an upper-case letter, and the rest of the letters in the word are in lower-case. This style is commonly seen in headline writing and title creation.

Example: “This Is An Example Of Capitalized Case In Use.”

Upper Case

Upper Case magnifies all letters in a sentence to their bigger, or majuscule, forms (e.g., A, B, C), contrasting with their smaller, lower-case equivalents (e.g., a, b, c). This mode is typically used for the initial letter in names or sometimes for emphasis.


Lower Case

Lower Case reduces all letters in a sentence to their smaller, or minuscule, forms (e.g., a, b, c), as opposed to their larger, capital or upper-case counterparts (e.g., A, B, C). This mode is usually the default way we write or print text.

Example: “this is an example of lower case in use.”