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Capital lettersWhen to capitalize letters
Capitalise the first word in a         sentence.
the first letter of the first word after an    ellipsis (...) does not need to be      capitalized if it is in the same   ...
Personal names of people or          animals.
Brand names and trademarks.
Specific places and countries
Calendar items.
Capitalize adjectives derivedfrom proper nouns, or "proper          adjectives
Capitalize personal titles whenused specifically as titles, but not when just referring to the        rank in general.
Royalty is also included. Any royal, imperial or position of office titles are also included in the title rule,
Family names can also be thought of as personaltitles. They are capitalized only when used in place  of a name or precedin...
Check capitalization for    abbreviations
Respect that publication titles havedifferent capitalization rules dependent     on in-house guides and rules.
Respect any words with inherent         capitalizations
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  1. 1. Capital lettersWhen to capitalize letters
  2. 2. Capitalise the first word in a sentence.
  3. 3. the first letter of the first word after an ellipsis (...) does not need to be capitalized if it is in the same sentence.
  4. 4. Personal names of people or animals.
  5. 5. Brand names and trademarks.
  6. 6. Specific places and countries
  7. 7. Calendar items.
  8. 8. Capitalize adjectives derivedfrom proper nouns, or "proper adjectives
  9. 9. Capitalize personal titles whenused specifically as titles, but not when just referring to the rank in general.
  10. 10. Royalty is also included. Any royal, imperial or position of office titles are also included in the title rule,
  11. 11. Family names can also be thought of as personaltitles. They are capitalized only when used in place of a name or preceding a name, e.g. Uncle Joe.
  12. 12. Check capitalization for abbreviations
  13. 13. Respect that publication titles havedifferent capitalization rules dependent on in-house guides and rules.
  14. 14. Respect any words with inherent capitalizations
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