Case Converter - Convert Text to Upper, Lower, Title & more | Grammarchecker.net







The capitalization tool converts uppercase, lowercase, title case, sentence case, reverse case, single and double space letters to the correct format.   

Our free online uppercase and lowercase conversion tool convert your text from uppercase to lowercase, from lowercase to uppercase, from headings, form sentences, from uppercase and lowercase, from uppercase and lowercase, you can use a single space for normalization with one click and use double spaces for normalization.

Case Converter

Text Converter:

Copy-paste your text into the box provided and then click you wish to convert the text.

Sentence case:

It analyses the text then changes your text under no standard writing rules will be ignored.

Text Transform:

Our online title case converter gives you highly accurate results underwriting rules and regulations.

Uppercase to Lowercase


Free online case converter, especially used to convert uppercase to lowercase, lowercase to uppercase, uppercase and lowercase, uppercase and lowercase, uppercase and lowercase, correct uppercase, uppercase, and lowercase, by going from text to single double space The letter conversion is available for normalization. This is a very advanced tool because it checks all standard English writing rules when converting text letters. We provide single interval and double interval normalized spatial functions that other small single converters do not provide.


Uppercase:

In this case all the letters you have entered convert into capitalized (capital letters) form.

Example:

Your text:hello friend. how are you?
Result text: HELLO FRIEND. HOW ARE YOU?

Lowercase:

In this case all the letters you have entered convert into small letters form.

Example:

Your text: Hello Friend. how are you?
Result text: hello friend. how are you?

Title Case:

In this case, some of the input letters are capitalized but prepositions, Conjunction, Articles are written in small letters unless if the sentence starts with it. (Preposition (on, in, with, etc.), conjunction (and, but, or etc.) & articles (a, an, the) written in small letters).

Example:

Your text: hello friend. how are you?
Result text: Hello Friend. How Are You?

Sentence Case:

In this case, the first letter of the sentence is capitalized. Sentence case doesn't consider proper nouns, like person name, country names. You need to capitalize it manually.

Example:

Your text: hello friend. how are you?
Result text: Hello friend. How are you?

Proper Case or Capitalized Case:

In this case, the first letter of every word is capitalized. (Prepositions, conjunctions also included).

Example:

Your text: hello friend. how are you?
Result text: Hello Friend. How Are You?

Inverse Case:

In this case, input text letters are converted from the upper case to lower case and lower case to upper case.

Example:

Your text: hello friend. how are you?
Result text: hELLO FRIEND. hOW ARE YOU?

Normalized with Single Space or Double Space:

In this case, it removes unnecessary space, and adding spaces where necessary. Double-space is additionally adding an extra space at end of the sentence.

Example:

1. For normalized single space

Your text:Hello friend.How are you?
Result text: Hello friend. How are you?

1. For normalized double space

Your text:Hello friend.How are you?
Result text:Hello friend. How are you?

Frequently Asked Questions

What are uppercase and lowercase?

Uppercase and Lowercase:

Writing uppercase letters is called Uppercase. If you are writing lowercase letters, they are called lowercase letters.

Example:

If you are writing "CHANGE CASE" this is upper case and if you are writing "change case" this is in lowercase.

What is title case?


Title Case:

The main letters are capitalized, and the title or title is called "title case." All first letters are capitalized, but prepositions, conjunctions, and articles are all lowercase unless the sentence starts with it according to APA rules.

Example:

The Sun Rises In The East.

What is proper case?


Proper Case:

The correct case is also called "uppercase", in which case the first letter of each word is capitalized.

Example:

This Is My Book.

How to change capital letters to lowercase?

 It's that easy to change the text from uppercase to lowercase. You must follow the steps below. 

1. Copy the text you want to change.
2. Open Case Converter
3.Paste your text into the box.
4. Click on "Lower Case".

Instructions

  1. Type or copy the content pasted into the box. 
  2. Click on your request to convert the text. 
  3. Scans the text and checks the writing rules for the conversion. 
  4. Click Copy to copy the converted text.

Features

  1. uses an SSL encrypted case converter to be highly secure. 
  2. Our title converter is free for life. 
  3. million people all over the world trust us. 
  4. It is optimized for all types of browsers and devices.