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“Not” or “not” in book title? [duplicate]

Assume I have written a book and want to name it: The Joy of Not Being Stupid Would the "not" be capitalized?
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Title Capitalization Doubt: “If” or “if?” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which words in a title should be capitalized? Suppose I'm going to write an article/essay with the following title: "What To Do If You Believe Space Aliens Shot JFK" Does ...
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Should I capitalize the word “that” in a title? [duplicate]

Since the version of the word "that" might matter to the correct answer, I'll provide the actual title in question: Title: Existing Solutions that Didn't Work If someone could explain the why of ...
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Is it proper to capitalize “its” in a title? [duplicate]

For instance, say a book is titled "Genesis and Its Interpretations". Is it correct to capitalize "its" in the title?
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Why Start Each Word in a Title with an Uppercase Letter? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which words in a title should be capitalized? I'm not a native speaker of English, and I've asked myself a lot why on many (most?) blogs, all words in an article’s title (...
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Should I capitalize “all” in titles? [duplicate]

Let's say I have a title "full legal names of all sellers" Should I capitalize it as a) Full Legal Names of all Sellers or b) Full Legal Names of All Sellers ? I have doubts as "all" is not a ...
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Capitalization of idioms in titles [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which words in a title should be capitalized? If I'm using an idiom in a title then should all the elements of the phrase be capitalized or just the ones that are usually in ...
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Rules for capitalization in presentation titles [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which words in a title should be capitalized? Hi everyone, I am German and the German language follows very strict rules of capitalization: A word starts with an upper case ...
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Capital letter in the word “one”? [duplicate]

Suppose I have a headline for a subsection of a book or article that goes something like: Everything Collected in One Place. Is this correct or should it be: Everything Collected in one Place. ?
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When using initial caps, which words should be left un-capitalised? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which words in a title should be capitalized? Initial caps, otherwise known as title case, e.g. "When Using Inital Caps, Which Words Should Be Left Un-capitalised?". Which ...
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Confusion about book title capitalization [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which words in a title should be capitalized? Why are some book titles written with all letters in all words capitalized, while others choose to capitalize some words in the ...
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Should I capitalize the word “on” in this title? [duplicate]

Should it be "Alive on Arrival" or "Alive On Arrival"?
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Standard regarding punctuation in headlines? [duplicate]

What is the standard regarding punctuation in headlines?
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In a headline written with initial capitals, should “outside” be capitalized? [duplicate]

I'm writing a headline for an article ending with "outside the organization." According to our style book, we capitalize on headline. Should "outside" be capitalized in this context?
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How to capitalize first letters in titles? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which words in a title should be capitalized? Often words in titles has its first letter capitalized, but some don't (such as "The Title of This Question"). What are the rules ...

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