Adapt variable casing when inserting the variable placeholder

When inserting a variable placeholder, you can tell PhraseExpander to adapt it by changing its case.

This comes handy when you are using the same variable (e.g. the personal pronoun) in the middle or at the beginning of the sentence (when it should have the first letter set as uppercase).

To change the variable casing when inserting a variable

Click on Variable → Browse or on an existing variable placeholder
Select how the variable casing should be adapted from the dropdown

  • No change: the text contained in the variable is inserted as is
  • Lowercase: the text is converted to lowercase (l)
  • Uppercase: the text is converted to uppercase (u)
  • Sentence case: the first letter of the text is converted to uppercase (s)
  • Title case: the first letter of each word is converted to uppercase (t)
Click OK to confirm. PhraseExpander will insert the variable placeholder with the appropriate option to adapt the casing.
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