Do you capitalize a year when spelled out? When does it need to be spelled out? Thanks!
Hey Reasonplease, i have the answer to you're question... When you write out a year in words, then you don't need to capitolize it because you don't need to when you write out the day.
it would be unusual to spell out the year, the 4 digit date format is appropriate in the majority of cases. I cant think of a single time that writing the year is required.
If you are writing formally, say in a job application, it is customary to spell out the date, I.e.
23rd March 2010
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