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How to add author an affiliation and their email address and all left aligned?


author 1, author 2, author 3

Authors affiliation

author1 's email address


I'm using a single column article document. Title is in center of the page.


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up vote 4 down vote accepted

For a single application it's rather pointless defining an appropriate \maketitle command.




  The title of this paper, long enough to break over two lines
A. N. Author\affilmark{a},\quad
B. P. Another\affilmark{b},\quad
C. Q. Third\affilmark{c}\\[2ex]
\textsuperscript{a,b}\,Department of Cuisine, University of Nowhere\\
\textsuperscript{c}\,Department of Departmentalization, University of Somewhere\\[1ex]
\upshape Corresponding author's email: \texttt{A.N.Author@nowhere.edu}



I would have also the title flush left.

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I compile it the title was at the center. – amir Sep 13 '11 at 23:32
first, thank you egreg But my title is big and it does not break how can I break my title. I can't see the beginning part and end part of it. – amir Sep 13 '11 at 23:44
@amir: see edit; use the center environment instead of \centerline. Change the spacings to suit your taste. To flush the title with the left margin, move it into the flushleft environment. – egreg Sep 14 '11 at 0:00
Thank you very much egreg. but when I use \centerline instead of \center it upsets (disturbs) indentation of my abstract and other section. – amir Sep 14 '11 at 0:06
@amir Look at my code: I said the center environment, not the \center command! – egreg Sep 14 '11 at 0:07

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