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Database Utilities - Capitalize

The capitalization utilities will allow you to format text in MacPractice as needed. Usually this only needed on databases that have been converted from another practice management application or for insurance claims purposes.

  • Capitalize Addresses: The Capitalize Addresses utility will change the capitalization of all address records in the database. You have the option to choose between Initial Caps, which will capitalize the first letter of each word; All Caps, which will capitalize all letters in each address; or All Lower, which will put all letters in each address to all lower case.
  • Capitalize City Names: The Capitalize City Names utility will change the capitalization of all city names in the City State Zips reference. You have the option to choose between Initial Caps, which will capitalize the first letter of each word; All Caps, which will capitalize all letters in each address; or All Lower, which will put all letters in each address to all lower case.
  • Capitalize Patient Names: The Capitalize Patient Names utility will set the capitalization of all patient names in the database. You have the option to choose between Initial Caps, which will capitalize the first letter of each word; All Caps, which will capitalize all letters in each patient name; or All Lower, which will put all letters in each patient name to all lower case. When using the Initial Caps option you also have the option to choose Smart Last Name Caps, which will only change the capitalization if the name is all uppercase or lowercase.
  • Capitalize Procedure Descriptions: The Capitalize Procedure Descriptions utility will capitalize all procedure code short descriptions in your fee schedule. You have the option to choose between Initial Caps, which will capitalize the first letter of each word; All Caps, which will capitalize all letters in each address; or All Lower, which will put all letters in each address to all lower case.
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