This is OUP's new document class file for typesetting journal articles, "oup-authoring-template.cls". oup-authoring-template.cls is based upon the standard LaTeX document class article.cls. It uses natbib.sty for bibliographical references. The file manifest.txt provides a list of the files in the oup-authoring-template bundle. The following are the main files available: - oup-authoring-template.tex, Sample template file to start with a new article - oup-authoring-template.pdf, Sample pdf using the option contemporary, large layout. Please modify the options appropriately in the tex file to get different layouts. - oup-authoring-template.cls is the class file The documentation file is oup-authoring-template-doc.tex in the doc directory. To compile it: latex oup-authoring-template-doc.tex Also, oup-authoring-template-doc.pdf is available in the doc directory. Copyright 2022 OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS. Documentation and supporting packages are released under the LATEX Project Public Licence, either version 1.3 or any later version.
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oup-authoring-template – A general template for journals published by Oxford University Press (OUP)
This package provides a general LaTeX template for journals published by Oxford University Press (OUP). The template outputs to the three official page designs (traditional, contemporary, modern) used by many journals published by OUP, with large, medium and small page options. For more information see https://academic.oup.com/journals/pages/authors/preparing_your_manuscript.
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