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How can I make the following always return in proper case?  First Character to upper case.

lblPage.Text = request.QueryString("page")
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This will make the first character upper and leave the rest as is
Dim s As String = request.querystring("page")
lblPage.Text = s.Substring(0, 1).ToUpper & s.Substring(1)
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