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Subject:Capitalization of small cap brand name From:Ellen Roddy <techwrit -at- USIT -dot- NET> Date:Wed, 8 Jan 1997 05:34:01 -0500
This is a rather silly question, but I need to ask it. How does anyone
out there handle capitalization of a product name (that uses small caps)
if it is the first word in a sentence. Some examples are shown below.
improvit is the best Statistical Process Control package on the market
Improvit is the best Statistical Process Control package on the market
The software package name is also bolded (as if that makes any