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    Question Capitalization in Titles

    Should the word "without" be capitalized in a title?

    Would it be- The Last Year Without You

    or- The Last Year without You

    My word processor flags me when I capitalize "without" in a title, I just wondered if it is correct or not.

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    Re: Capitalization in Titles

    Capitalize the major words in a title. • We recently saw How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
    Grammar, Usage, and Style Guide: SparkNotes Ultimate Style: Capitalization

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