Too late to join in "closed thread" about capitalizing TITLE heading.
One of my big bugs (along with double-negatives "I did not see nothing") is incorrect capitalization of titles. When Bill Gates "reverse-engineered" Word Perfect to steal that technology for Microsoft Word, he did not get the intelligence behind Word Perfect. When you asked Word Perfect to capitalize a title, that program did it grammatically correct -- it did NOT initial capitalize ALL words (the way Microsoft Word does). Read some grammar books. You do NOT capitalize connective words (like and) and articles (like the}
In Titles: Do Capitalize
Generally, these parts of speech are capitalized in titles.
Nouns (man, bus, book)
Adjectives (angry, lovely, small)
Verbs (run, eat, sleep)
Adverbs (slowly, quickly, quietly)
Pronouns (he, she, it)
Subordinating conjunctions (as, because, that)
In Titles: Do Not Capitalize
As you have probably noticed “small’ words are generally lowercase in titles, unless they are the first or last words in a title. However, some title styles that do capitalize these words.
Generally, we do not capitalize:
Articles: a, an, the
Coordinating Conjunctions: and, but, or, for, nor, etc.
Prepositions (fewer than five letters): on, at, to, from, by, etc.
When in doubt and you do not have a reference guide in front of you, here is one general rule to remember recommended by The U.S. Government Printing Office Style Manual: "Capitalize all words in titles of publications and documents, except a, an, the, at, by, for, in, of, on, to, up, and, as, but, it, or, and nor."
A "small word" that is a verb such as "Is" should be capitalized.