[texhax] Make article title appear all in caps --- LaTeX

Rolf Turner r.turner at auckland.ac.nz
Thu Jul 14 15:46:40 CEST 2016

Yesssss!!!  It works!  Thank you hugely!


Rolf Turner

On 15/07/16 01:38, David Carlisle wrote:
> On 14 July 2016 at 14:33, Rolf Turner <r.turner at auckland.ac.nz> wrote:
>> I would like to adjust a *.cls file so that the *article* title, as produced
>> by \maketitle is all upper case.
>> I know that this could of course be done by surrounding the text of the
>> title by \uppercase{ } in the LaTeX source file, but I want the "all caps
>> style" to be enforced automatically by the document class.  I have
>> fiddled a bit, sticking \uppercase{ } into the *.cls file in various places,
>> but to no avail.  Which is not surprising, since I haven't a clue what I'm
>> doing! :-)
>> Places where I thought I might be able to stick in a \uppercase include a
>> "\renewcommand\maketitle{..." and a "\def\@maketitle{...".  But I have no
>> real idea what the code means, so I am thrashing around in the dark.
>> Can anyone give me a helpful suggestion?  I can provide more detail about
>> the *.cls file (or provide the whole of the *.cls file) if that would help.
>> Thanks for any constructive advice.
>> cheers,
> taking article.cls as an example you see in `\@maketitle` the line
>     {\LARGE \@title \par}%
> changing that in a renamed copy of the class  to
>     {\LARGE \MakeUppercase{\@title}\par}%
> would have the requested effect (don't use \uppercase to change case
> of user-supplied text in latex)

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