Add lowercase, Title, and Toggle to Case in style definition options
When defining a style, under Basic Character Formats, it would be very helpful to force lowercase! (And also add Title and Toggle case options so all case possibilities are present)
This is especially needed when replacing acronyms (usually typed in all-caps in manuscripts) with the appropriate small caps. It is very time consuming to manually retype all-caps acronyms in lowercase, then apply small caps character styling to it!
Try doing this for a 300-page book....you'll want to cut your eyes out.
Raphaël Freeman commented
Why can’t you just use the ALL SMALL CAPS feature for acronyms?
Matt Picone commented
PLEASE ADD lowercase TO THE CHARACTER STYLES!
Please, let us set lowercase and Title Case to paragraph and character styles. This is way overdue.
Lindsey Thomas Martin commented
Going a little beyond the initial request, it would be useful if title case followed the rules about which words are not to be capitalised: usually, articles, conjunctions and prepositions that do not occur as the first word in the title.
Can we have all the cases from the Type>Change Case> menu inside the paragraph style :)
Agree, cant believe they add crappy features like paragraph border within a text box, yet dont do the obvious. My client has just decide that on every page of a guideline document that they want Title Case.... 580 pages!!!!!!! great
[Deleted User] commented
and Sentence case
Paragraph Style Options > Basic Character Formats > Case:
Please add Title Case to the Paragraph Styles