Do capitalization and accents matter in merging?

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When merging, does it matter if the capitaliztion of a name is different?  Example:  Fitzwarin-10 and FitzWarin-11. As the spelling is the same except for the capital letter, are they indexed the same?  Also, what about names with accents?
in Genealogy Help by Vic Watt G2G6 Pilot (336k points)
edited by Chris Whitten

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Capitalisation and accents both matter. So, find the profiles with the correct spelling, capitalisation, and accents, and then the lowest number out of those.
by Lianne Lavoie G2G6 Pilot (427k points)
selected by Abby Glann

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