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I have a working paper with a colleague from the same institution, so we entered:

\author{A B \and C d}

how can I now add affiliation, so that its for both authors (centred), and not only for one of them? I would prefer not to use extra packages if possible.

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The most simple solution (which is not to say it is the best) is not to use \and.

\documentclass{article}
\title{Foo}
\author{Author One\qquad Author Two\\Affiliation}
\begin{document}
\maketitle
\end{document}

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That's really most simple. (+1) – Thorsten Donig Feb 21 '11 at 18:17
    
Should read "simplest" not "most simple". – mefathy Apr 11 at 20:33

At the moment I see no other solution than using e. g. the authblk package. For details please refer to the package manual.

\documentclass[11pt,a4paper,english]{article}
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}
\usepackage{babel}
\usepackage{authblk}
\usepackage{blindtext}

\title{Two Authors with same Affiliation}
\author{Author One}
\author{Author Two}
\affil{Affiliation}

\begin{document}
  \maketitle

  \blinddocument
\end{document}

The blindtext package is only for creating dummy text thus not part of the solution

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Thanks @Thorsten Donig for very helpful answer. I do a have a similar question here. Would highly appreciate if you have a look on this and provide any answer. Thanks – MYaseen208 Apr 15 at 16:23

For cleaner definition, another solution is to use the \publishers{} field of Koma-Script classes.

\documentclass{scrartcl}
\title{Foo}
\author{Author One \and Author Two}
\publishers{Affiliation}
\date{\today}                          %or \date{} to not print date
\begin{document}
    \maketitle
\end{document}

N.B.: use \and between each authors.

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Here's my usual trick. (My coauthor taught me this; I've met at least one person who really hates it based on semantic markup reasons, but I like it.)

\documentclass{article}
\title{Foo}
\author{Author One\and Author Two}
\date{Affiliation}
\begin{document}
\maketitle
\end{document}
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This method does "work", i.e., it will indeed produce output that's somewhat reasonable-looking in many "normal" circumstances. What's problematic about it -- apart from the rather non-semantic approach -- is (a) spacing between the author and date blocks can only be modified by resorting to further hacking, (b) hackish code will be needed if you need to display a real date below the affiliation line, and (c) the (possibly remote) possibility of a page break occuring between the author and date blocks. – Mico May 22 at 5:50
    
I accept accusations (a) and (b). But (c) is just silly. The \textheight would have to be under two inches for that to happen! If your page is that small, chances are just about everything will break anyway. Even beamer has bigger "pages" than that. – Mark May 22 at 12:49
    
I regret you feel my discussion points amount to accusations. I will reject the label "silly" for the third point. Quite often, a title page features an image or logo, and the height of this logo can easily be half the height of the text block -- or more. I take it that your papers never feature such image files on the title page, and that's fine. However, it doesn't mean it never happens in other papers. At the very least, it's worth pointing out the risk of an unwanted page break occurring if the authors' names and their (common) affiliation are not part of the same block. – Mico May 22 at 13:10
    
I was using the term accusation as tongue in cheek :) You're right, I never used a logo or anything, and it didn't even occur to me as a possibility. – Mark May 23 at 2:09

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