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JCMNS Publishing Format

Using the JCMNS / World Scientific style file for Microsoft Word 6.0 / 7.0

CMNS uses a template document for Microsoft Word 6.0/7.0 produced by World Scientific which will allow authors to prepare manuscripts that can be brought directly into the JCMNS production process, and  preserving a lot of their structuring for the regular typeset journals. This will enable the more accurate production of proofs, reducing your need during proofreading to locate typographic mistakes.  This format is identical to that used for the preparation of ICCF10,11,12  papers.

Identifying the files

975x65.doc                 sample typeset pages using this template
ws-p9-75x6-50.dot
   JCMNS template/style file for single column papers

Please copy the ws-p9-75x6-50.dot file onto your default templates directory (this will normally be something like c:\msoffice\templates).

Using the style file

The style file can be used in two ways; you can either create a new document using the template file or attach the template file to an existing document

         To create a new document, choose New from the File menu, then select ws-p9-75x6-50.dot in the Template list box before clicking on OK.

         To attach the template to an existing document, first open the document, and then select Templates from the File menu. Press the attach button in the Templates and Add-ins dialogue and double click on ws-p9-75x6-50.dot in the file selector. Then ensure that the Automatically Update Document Styles check box is crossed before clicking on OK in the Templates and Add-ins dialogue. It is also necessary to run the macro WorldScientific to have a required page layout when you attach the template to an existing document.

Whichever method you have used, the WorldScientific styles will then be available in the Styles list box on the tool bar, and in the Style dialogue box on the format menu.

Applying JCMNS styles to your document

The JCMNS styles are listed below. To use a style, first select the text to which you would  like to attach the style, then choose the style name from the styles list box on the tool bar or use the shortcut key.  In addition, use the table and equation facilities available in Microsoft Word as required. 

JCMNS Styles

Style Name

Shortcut Key

Style apply for

Remarks 

Title

Alt+TI

Title

Will appear in ALL CAPS, irrespective of the entries

Author

Alt+AU

Author Name

Will appear in ALL CAPS, irrespective of the entries. Can be any number of entries followed by affiliations

Affiliation

Alt+AF

Affiliations/Address

Can be any number of entries

Abstract

Alt+AB

Abstract

Can have any number of paragraphs

Heading1-3

Alt+H1-H3

Headings 1-3

If any of the heading follows any level of heading space between headings needs to be adjusted. Please remove the above space through |Format| Paragraph|Spacing| Before| option  and not through style/template entry option.

Caption

Alt+CP

Caption

For both Figures and Tables caption

bibitem

Alt+BI

Bibliography entry

-

List Bullet

Alt+LB

List  with bullet

6pts space needs to be introduced either on last line of the previous para or first entry of the list through |Format| Paragraph|Spacing| After/Before| option.

List Number

Alt+LN

Numbered List

-do-

NonumHead-1

Alt+NH

Unnumbered Head-I

-

para

Alt+NP

Para

Para with no indent

spara

Alt+SP

Para

Para which follows immediately after heading and between displayed materials

 

 
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