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Is titled or entitled?
In this way, is a book titled or entitled?
Of course, entitled does mean that someone has a certain right—that they are entitled to something—but major dictionaries and usage guides also state that titled and entitled are synonyms in the meaning "named or called" when referring to a book, article, or speech. Saying a book is “entitled something” isn't wrong.
Secondly, how do you use titled? When to Use Titled Titled is the past tense of the transitive verb title. It is defined as “to give a name or title to.” For example, What are you going to title your book? After much thought, the author titled her book.
Subsequently, question is, is it entitled or Intitled?
The definition of intitled is an alternate spelling of entitled, which is defined as to give someone a right to do something. An example of intitled is someone being given the right to enter a restricted area.
How do you use VS in a title?
"Versus" is a preposition. It's optional to capitalize prepositions that are 5 letters or more in a title, but shorter prepositions should not be capitalized.  Since "vs." is two letters long, it should not be capitalized. You could use "versus," but "vs." is better, primarily because it's shorter.