Philippe Etienne wrote:
If you are using Word with TWB, it is better to use the caps from the keyboard (Caps lock or shift) rather than using the caps attribute in the Format>Font menu or clicking the dedicated toolbar icon (not there by default but you can add it on the toolbar).
If you use the caps attribute, TWB sees it as a font attribute (just like italics or bold) and if the source text doesn't contain that attribute, then the target string is stripped from its Caps attribute. That's how I understand it.
Let us know if that solves this behavior.
No, the caps appeared by themselves, without having done anything.