This Free Case Converter Will Change Your Life
Every once in a while this happens. You have spent hours writing your perfect text, you’ve proofread it and done final edits, and then you find out that the word you have used like a gazillion times is, in fact, a proper noun and should be capitalized! Now you must nitpick through the text and spend another hour manually changing “b” into “B” or whatever. What a bummer!
Enter text case converter. This tool is a game-changer. Now you can change case online into whichever system you want. It’s easy and absolutely free.
Convert Case Online and Let Us Worry About the Rules
This letter case converter allows you to transform any text into lower case, Sentence case, Title Case, or ALL CAPS in just three clicks:
- Copy the text you need to change
- Paste into the converter window
- Choose one of the four available options and click the corresponding button: lower case, Sentence case, Title Case, or ALL CAPS.
Your text is ready! Don’t bother with manually changing every letter. Copy, paste, hit the button – pronto! Each case is applied to the entire text consistently and according to the following rules:
- Lowercase: every letter in your text will be in lower case. no exceptions. even names, like mary, won’t be capitalized.
- Sentence case: lower and upper case will be used according to the rules. For example, the first word in a sentence, or names, like Mary, will be capitalized.
- Title case: All Words Are Capitalized, Except for Articles, Prepositions, and Conjunctions.
- All caps: PRETTY SELF-EXPLANATORY.
Below you can find more information on each of the cases.
How to Convert Text to Uppercase with Uppercase Converter
Sometimes you need your text to be all capital letters. For example, you need it for your blog title or you need to make the phrase POP in the text. Maybe, you are writing a book and you have decided, that the passage your annoyed hero has just uttered should be really EMOTIONAL. Yeah, he definitely shouts it.
Of course, have you known about it before you have typed it, it would be easy – just press the Caps Lock and you’re good. However, when this kind of creative decision comes as an afterthought, retyping the whole text is ROYAL PAIN.
Now you just convert lowercase to uppercase with this handy online tool! To do that, copy your text, paste it into the converter window and hit the “ALL CAPS” button. Now your text is converted and you can copy it and paste wherever you need:
YOUR TEXT WILL LOOK LIKE THIS. ISN’T IT AWESOME?
How to Convert Text with Lowercase Converter
There are times when the reverse is true: you have your text in ALL CAPS, but you need it in small letters. For example, you are writing an essay for your literature class and you have to cite some of the phrases, but you can’t copy them straight from the eBook, because they are in caps. For example, Caps Lock Harry from “The Order of the Phoenix” or, you know, that insane trip sequence from “Trainspotting”.
Alternatively, you have forgotten to switch the Caps Lock off after you’ve typed “HELLO!” and now the entire 100-word message is SHOUTING. This happens to me a lot, and I used to struggle without the possibility to make my text lowercase instead of retyping it. Sometimes, I would send this howler anyway with an apology. Sometimes, I would retype it. And sometimes I would just give up and delete it. Now I don’t have to – and neither do you! Switching caps to lowercase after the fact has never been easier.
Copy your outrage of a text into the converter window, click on the “all lower case” and enjoy you low-key casual text that you can now copy and send:
your text will look like this. isn’t it awesome?
How to Convert Text with Title Capitalization Tool
Imagine you have written a research paper in APA and you have a mile-long references list with all the book titles formatted accordingly. Only then you see that the assignment sheet requires MLA! Turning every entry on the list into Title Case would take ages! Only now, it doesn’t because you can do it in two clicks in an online title case converter. Just copy the text you need to convert and paste it into the converter window. Then click on the “Title Case” button – et voila! Your titles are all converted:
Your Text Will Look Like This. Isn’t it Awesome?
You can use this for your lists of sources, but also, to make your own essay titles look nice in a second. By the way, if you struggle to come up with the topic for your essay, we have another handy tool for you. Check out our topic generator – and get your instant title inspo.
How to Convert Text with Sentence Case Converter
The fourth flavor of our converter is Sentence case, which is the most regular. It is the usual text, like the one you are reading right now. The letters are capitalized according to the rules of English grammar: first letter of the first word in a sentence, names of people, places, holidays, days of the week, months, etc.
When you may need it? For example, you have a habit of just typing away, without any regard to grammar – you are in the flow and too busy to waste time pressing Shift. It’s okay for social media, but for an essay – not so well. Now you have to edit your text, which is tedious.
Other times, you try to stick to the rules, but there are so many of them! Especially when it comes to common vs proper nouns. If you are not sure you got everything right, just run your text through the convert to Sentence case mode of our tool. Naturally, you can also use it to change all caps into a regular text.