Text case converter

Add the text that you would like to change the case of below.

What does this tool do?

This tool is a text case changer that allows users to easily modify the case of a piece of text. It provides several options for changing the case of the text, including sentence case, lower case, upper case, capitalize word, alternate case, camel case, and Pascal case. To use the tool, a user simply needs to paste the text they want to modify into the text box provided and then click one of the buttons to apply the desired case change. The tool also includes a button to copy the modified text to the clipboard, making it easy to paste into another document or application.

This tool can be useful in a variety of situations where the case of text needs to be modified. For example, it could be used by writers to quickly change the case of a title or heading to match the style guidelines of a publication. It could also be useful for students or professionals who need to adhere to specific case conventions in their writing, such as the camelCase naming convention used in programming. In general, this tool provides a quick and convenient way to modify the case of text, saving time and effort for anyone who needs to do so on a regular basis.

What types of text/font case are there?

Sentence case

Sentence case refers to the standard capitalization used for sentences, in which only the first word and proper nouns are capitalized. To apply sentence case using this tool, a user can simply click the “Sentence Case” button, which will capitalize the first letter of the first word in each sentence and leave all other letters in lower case. This is a useful option for titles and headings that should be easy to read and not overly attention-grabbing.

Lower case

Lower case refers to text in which all letters are in lower case. To apply lower case using this tool, a user can click the “Lower Case” button, which will convert all letters in the text to lower case. This is a useful option for making text easier to read or for ensuring consistency in the case of words within a document.

Upper case

Upper case refers to text in which all letters are in upper case. To apply upper case using this tool, a user can click the “Upper Case” button, which will convert all letters in the text to upper case. This option is useful for emphasis or for creating a strong visual impact, but it can be difficult to read for long periods of time.

Capitalize word

The capitalize word option capitalizes the first letter of each word in the text. To apply this change using this tool, a user can click the “Capitalize Word” button, which will capitalize the first letter of each word in the text. This option is useful for titles and headings that should be easy to read and not overly attention-grabbing.

Alternate case

The alternate case option alternates the case of each letter in the text. To apply this change using this tool, a user can click the “Alternate Case” button, which will alternate the case of each letter in the text. This option is useful for creating visual interest or for adding emphasis to certain words within a piece of text.

Camel case

Camel case is a naming convention often used in programming, in which the first letter of each word within a compound word, besides the first word, is capitalized. To apply camel case using this tool, a user can click the “Camel Case” button, which will capitalize the first letter of each word within a compound word, besides the first word. This option is useful for creating consistent and readable names for variables, functions, and other elements in programming code.

Pascal case

Pascal case is similar to camel case, but with the first letter of each word capitalized. To apply Pascal case using this tool, a user can click the “Pascal Case” button, which will capitalize the first letter of each word in the text. This option is also useful for creating consistent and readable names for variables, functions, and other elements in programming code.