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Streamline your manuscript preparation with our LaTeX template
Welcome to our LaTeX template page!
Our journal's LaTeX template is designed to simplify the manuscript preparation process and ensure that your submission meets our formatting requirements. Our template is based on the widely-used LaTeX system, which is a powerful and flexible tool for creating high-quality documents. By using our template, you can focus on your research content while ensuring that your manuscript is professionally formatted and ready for submission. Whether you are an experienced LaTeX user or just getting started, our template and accompanying guide will help you prepare your manuscript with ease.
Explore our resources below to get started!
Template download
User guide
Frequently Asked Questions
Sample files
Submission process
Reference management
Contact information
Download our LaTeX template to ensure that your manuscript conforms to our journal's specifications. Our template is designed to make the formatting process easy and efficient for authors. Simply download and use our template as a starting point for your manuscript, and customize it to meet your needs. You can download our LaTeX template by clicking on the link below.
While we require the use of LaTeX for typesetting during the production stage, we do not require authors to use LaTeX during the submission process. If you are submitting a Word-formatted manuscript, our editorial staff will convert it to LaTeX during the production stage. However, we strongly recommend that authors use our LaTeX template to ensure the best possible outcome for their manuscript. Using our template can help authors avoid formatting errors and ensure that their manuscript meets our journal's specifications. We encourage authors to contact our editorial staff if they have any questions or concerns regarding the submission process.
Our LaTeX user guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to use our LaTeX template to write and format your manuscript. The guide covers everything from installing LaTeX to generating a PDF of your manuscript. We recommend that all authors who are new to LaTeX consult our user guide to get started. Experienced LaTeX users may also find helpful tips and best practices to optimize their manuscript's formatting. Our user guide is available for download on this page and can be accessed at any time.
Introduction
This user guide is designed to help authors use our LaTeX template to prepare their manuscripts for submission to our journal. LaTeX is a powerful and flexible typesetting language that can help ensure that your manuscript looks professional and meets our journal's formatting requirements. This guide will walk you through the process of downloading and installing LaTeX, using our LaTeX template to format your manuscript, and generating a PDF of your manuscript for submission.
Downloading and Installing LaTeX
Before you can use our LaTeX template, you will need to download and install LaTeX on your computer. LaTeX is available for all major operating systems (Windows, macOS, Linux) and can be downloaded from the following websites:
Once you have downloaded the appropriate LaTeX distribution for your operating system, follow the installation instructions provided by the distribution.
Using our LaTeX Template
Our LaTeX template is designed to make the formatting process as easy as possible for authors. The template includes all of the formatting guidelines required for submission to our journal, including font sizes, margins, and line spacing. To use our template, follow these steps:
  1. Download our LaTeX template from our website.
  2. Open the template in your LaTeX editor of choice.
  3. Replace the placeholder text in the template with your own manuscript text, including any figures, tables, and equations.
  4. Save your manuscript as a new LaTeX file.
  5. Compile your manuscript to generate a PDF file. For more detailed instructions on how to use our LaTeX template, please refer to the user guide included with the template.
Formatting Guidelines
To ensure that your manuscript meets our journal's formatting requirements, please follow these guidelines when using our LaTeX template:
  • Use the font sizes and line spacing specified in the template.
  • Use the margins specified in the template.
  • Use the correct citation and reference style specified by our journal.
  • Ensure that all figures, tables, and equations are correctly labeled and formatted.
  • Use the correct file formats for all figures and tables (e.g., EPS, PDF). For more detailed information on our formatting requirements, please refer to our journal's author guidelines.
Troubleshooting
If you encounter any problems while using our LaTeX template, please refer to the following resources:
  • The user guide included with the template.
  • Online LaTeX forums and documentation, such as the LaTeX Stack Exchange (https://tex.stackexchange.com/) and the LaTeX Project Homepage (https://www.latex-project.org/).
  • Our journal's editorial staff, who can provide assistance with any specific issues related to submitting your manuscript to our journal.
Best Practices
To ensure that your manuscript looks professional and meets our journal's requirements, please consider the following best practices when using LaTeX:
  • Use descriptive labels for all figures, tables, and equations.
  • Use consistent formatting throughout your manuscript.
  • Proofread your manuscript carefully for spelling and grammar errors.
  • Use a version control system, such as Git, to keep track of changes to your manuscript.
Additional Resources
For more information on using LaTeX, please refer to the following resources:
We hope that this user guide has been helpful in preparing your manuscript for submission to our journal. If you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our editorial staff.
Q: Do I need to use LaTeX to submit my manuscript to your journal?
A: While we strongly encourage authors to use our LaTeX template, we do accept Word-formatted manuscripts. Our editorial staff will convert Word manuscripts to LaTeX during the production process.
Q: Where can I download your LaTeX template?
A: You can download our LaTeX template from our websiteLaTeX Template for Acadlore Journals.
Q: How do I install LaTeX on my computer?
A: LaTeX is available for all major operating systems (Windows, macOS, Linux) and can be downloaded from the following websites:
Once you have downloaded the appropriate LaTeX distribution for your operating system, follow the installation instructions provided by the distribution.
Q: I'm having trouble compiling my manuscript in LaTeX. What should I do?
A: If you are having trouble compiling your manuscript in LaTeX, please refer to the troubleshooting section of our user guide. If you still cannot resolve the issue, please contact our editorial staff for assistance.
Q: What citation and reference style should I use in my manuscript?
A: Please refer to our journal's author guidelines for information on the citation and reference style that we require.
Q: Can I include supplemental material with my manuscript?
A: Yes, you can include supplemental material with your manuscript. Please refer to our journal's author guidelines for information on the types of supplemental material that we accept.
Q: How do I submit my manuscript to your journal?
A: Please refer to our submission process page for information on how to submit your manuscript.
Q: How long does the review process take?
A: The length of the review process can vary depending on a number of factors, including the complexity of the manuscript and the availability of reviewers. We strive to provide authors with a decision as quickly as possible, but the review process can take several weeks or even months in some cases.
To help authors get started with our LaTeX template, we have provided several sample files that demonstrate how to properly format various manuscript elements, including:
  • A sample article with multiple sections, figures, and equations
  • A sample letter to the editor
  • A sample book chapter with a table of contents and multiple sections
These sample files can be downloaded from our website (insert link here) and used as a starting point for your own manuscript. Please note that these files are for demonstration purposes only and should not be submitted as your own manuscript.
To use these sample files, follow these steps:
1. Download the sample file(s) that best match your manuscript type (e.g., article, letter, book chapter).
2. Open the sample file in your LaTeX editor of choice.
3. Replace the placeholder text in the sample file with your own manuscript text, including any figures, tables, and equations.
4. Save your manuscript as a new LaTeX file.
5. Compile your manuscript to generate a PDF file.
For more detailed instructions on how to use our LaTeX template, please refer to the user guide included with the template.
To submit your manuscript to our journal, please follow these steps:
1. Prepare your manuscript according to our author guidelines, using our LaTeX template if possible. Please ensure that your manuscript meets all formatting requirements and includes all necessary sections and information.
2. Submit your manuscript. As we are currently developing our own submission system, we only accept submissions via email until our submission system is officially launched. Please refer to the submission page of each journal for specific submission instructions.
After submission, your manuscript will undergo an initial review to ensure that it meets our journal's scope, formatting requirements, and plagiarism check. If your manuscript passes this initial review, it will be sent out for peer review. You will be notified of the status of your manuscript throughout the review process, and you may be asked to make revisions based on reviewer feedback.
Once your manuscript has been accepted, you will be asked to provide any final revisions and to submit the final version of your manuscript in Word or LaTeX format. Our editorial staff will work with you to ensure that your manuscript meets all final formatting requirements.
Managing references is an important part of manuscript preparation. To help authors manage their references, we recommend using a reference management software. There are many reference management software options available, including:
These software options allow authors to easily organize their references and insert them into their manuscript in the correct format. We recommend that authors choose a software that is compatible with our journal's citation and reference style.
When preparing your manuscript, please ensure that all references are properly formatted and cited according to our journal's author guidelines. For LaTeX users, we recommend using BibTeX to manage the references. Our LaTeX template includes a BibTeX file that can be used to manage references.
If you are using Overleaf to prepare your manuscript, you can use the built-in reference management tool to manage your references. Overleaf supports integration with popular reference management tools, including Zotero and Mendeley. For more information on reference management and citation styles, please refer to our journal's author guidelines.
If you have any questions or concerns about our journal or the manuscript submission process, please do not hesitate to contact our editorial staff. We are here to help you and ensure that the manuscript submission process is as smooth as possible. To contact us, please use one of the following methods:
We strive to respond to all inquiries as quickly as possible, but please note that response times may vary depending on the volume of inquiries we receive.