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Subject:Re: sentence case From:Brad <kiwi -at- BEST -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 15 Jun 1999 04:46:28 -0700
We use title case in book and chapter titles. We use sentence case in all
headings. A proper noun is a proper noun and always gets init caps.
Exceptions include these special marketeering/internet terms like eCommerce,
eMarketing, eBusiness. What next? eBeer?