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I can't remember if you are supposed to capitalize both words in a
hyphenated word in a title.
FWIW, Microsoft Manual of Style states:
Capitalize the second word in compound words if it is a noun or proper
adjective or the words have equal weight (Cross-Reference...Run-Time). Do
not capitalize the second word if it is another part of speech or a
participle modifying the first word (How-to, Take-off). (see p. 34 in the