Should a word after a slash at the beginning of a sentence be capitalized?
- Risk/Issue management
- Risk/issue management
I would guess the first one is correct because "Issue" would be an alternative beginning due to the slash.
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For a sentence, only capitalise the first word:
Risk/issue management is important because it will help you highlight ...
For a title, capitalise all words as usual:
Alternatively reword to remove the slash:
Risk and Issue Management
Risk and issue management is important because it will help you highlight ...
The Slash [ / ]
The slash is also known as the solidus, the slant, the oblique or oblique stroke or simply the stroke.
to show alternatives:
(i) Your coach/train/boat/plane ticket;
(ii) He/she should go...
Both the forward slash (/) and the backslash () are used in computing.
Add one space after a slash.