The Uppercase flag (^) serves the same purpose as a typewriter Shift key when you use it just before typing a letter. The flag capitalizes any single letter that directly follows it. It has no effect if the character following it is not a letter. The Uppercase flag can be paired as follows: o With a Capitalize flag (^<) to turn on the capitalization of the text that follows (the same as using Shift-Lock on a typewriter). o With an Underline flag (^&) to turn on underlining of the text that follows. o With a Bold flag (^*) to turn on bolding for the text that follows. o With itself (^^) if you want to ensure that the case of letters in your input file is maintained in your output file. You can use this flag pair with those commands that control uppercasing and lowercasing (such as .HEADER LEVEL or .CHAPTER). When you specify a title, precede it with two circumflexes (^^).
1 – Default
Recognition is turned on.