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Is there a way to capitalize only the first letter of a word in Crystal Reports XI?

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Is there a formula to capitalize only the first letter of a word in Crystal Reports XI  if the word is stored as an uppercase string value in an Oracle database?  Thanks.
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Create a formula for propercase:

ProperCase ("your string variable here")
This will capitalize 1st letter.
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by:PCIRichard
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try the following formula:

left({field_name},1) & lcase(right({field_name},(len({field_name})-1)))
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Wow, how easy was that!  Thank you very much for your help.
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