Auto Capitalize Sentences

I don't know if you're like me, but I have a habit of not capitalizing the first words in sentences when I'm writing. It's not on purpose, but there always seems to be one or two sentences where I miss the "shift" key and the first letter in the first word of a new sentence remains small. If you find that you often fail to capitalize sentences correctly when you type, it would be nice to have a tool that would check your work.

There is nothing worse than accidentally forgetting to capitalize the first word of a sentence in an important letter or correspondence you need to send out. Or when you have an essay due when grammar and punctuation count. It looks unprofessional. Leaving the first word of a sentence small isn't the first impression of your writing you want to make. It's for that reason we have created this auto capitalization tool.

This tool does exactly what it says it will do. If you have already typed up a paper or essay, you can copy and paste it into the tool and it will instantly capitalize the first letter of every new sentence. If you simply don't like hitting the "shift" key when you are writing, you can type directly into the tool and it will make every letter after a sentence ends big without you ever having to hit that shift key.

In addition to capitalizing words after the end of a sentence, this tool also automatically capitalizes the word "I" when it's accidentally written as "i". This includes conjunctions that include "I" such as I'm, I've and I'll.

Even when proofreading, it can get difficult to catch these little mistakes. This is especially true when you have spent a long time writing and revising several drafts. After spending hours on a specific piece of writing, you begin to see what you want to see rather than what's actually on the paper. This is another reason it can be difficult to catch these capitalization mistakes and why this auto capitalization tool can be so useful.

We're always striving to improve our tools and make them relevant to those who use them. If you feel there is something we can do to make this tool better, please use the contact link at the bottom of the page to let us know. You can also use the "Suggest a Feature" link at the top of the page for this purpose. If there is a feature that you would like to see, there's a good chance that others using the tool would also benefit from it. Since people use our tools in different ways, we can't always anticipate the best features to add and that's where your suggestions can be of great help.

If you're looking for additional features, check out the main WordCounter tool. Under the "Case" tab on top of the tool, you can change all your writing to either lower or upper case if desired. There are also options for title case and sentence case.