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Old 01-22-2013, 08:41 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by derangedhermit View Post
Hi Ducks. That's what I was thinking. Except if the only difference is that the author sort is in all caps, then it won't make the update to make the case match.

MARK TWAIN
TWAIN, MARK

When you update the first using the field update, I get

Mark Twain
TWAIN, MARK

I would prefer it also updated the case in author sort, but it doesn't seem to.
You can right-click on the sort and select Titlecase..
But I don't ever remember seeing a case where 'setting' the Author sort, did not follow the case of the Authors field
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