# How to mimic IMRN? [closed]

I'm trying to typeset an article so that it looks like the ones on IMRN, see for example: http://imrn.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2011/12/04/imrn.rnr232.short?rss=1.

I tried using the recommended TeX class file, as instructed on IMRN's website. Using this class it kind of looks similar but it's not the same, for example the font is different.

Does anybody know how to typeset articles in LaTeX so that they look the same as those in IMRN?

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Welcome to TeX.sx! Please don't ask "How do I achieve this layout", but rather a question about a specific feature that you're struggling with, one problem per question. This way other users who have a similar problem can benefit from your question (No one's gonna ask for the same layout as you). It's no problem to ask several questions, if you've made some attempt yourself first. It's enormously helpful to see what you've tried so far to figure out what doesn't work, so please include a minimal working example (MWE). – doncherry Dec 10 '11 at 19:54
if a journal uses a non-free font, the publisher will often substitute a free font for the public class file. since i'm not a subscriber to imrn, i can't check to see what font is used, but this is very possibly the reason. – barbara beeton Dec 10 '11 at 20:22
In addition to the previous, more important comments, I'd suggest we won't be able to help you as much as we'd like if you ask us to look at stuff that's behind a paywall... – Brent.Longborough Dec 10 '11 at 20:37
The font used in the journal, I believe is Egyptienne. If you can get this font, you may reproduce the look and feel. It is a font classified as slab serif, but I feel it is something between full serif and slab serif. And I don't find a close free fonts that is close to this font – Yan Zhou Dec 10 '11 at 21:56
Thank you very much for your comments. I will try to make better questions next time :) – Student Dec 11 '11 at 16:35