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Coverting Name to the same case

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I have a file that has a mixture of data input. Some of the data is all upper case and some of the data has the first letter as upper case and the rest as lower case.

Is there a way to uniform the data.  My preference is converting it all to First letter Upper case and the rest lower case.
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Couple of different approaches..

UPDATE SOMETABLE SET SOMEFIELD=LOWER(SOMEFIELD)

Here is one with the Init Caps..

http://dbaspot.com/sqlserver-faq/469946-change-uppercase-initial-caps.html

HTH,

Kent
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