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From the documentation acmsmall-guide.pdf (page 1:11): So you need to use \citeN or \citeyear. A little example: \documentclass[prodmode,acmtecs]{acmsmall} \acmVolume{9} \acmNumber{4} \acmArticle{39} \acmYear{2010} \acmMonth{3} \begin{document} \cite{Cohen07} \citeN{Cohen07} \bibliographystyle{ACM-Reference-Format-Journals} ...


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acsmall.cls and used images downloaded here: http://www.acm.org/publications/latex_style/v2-acmsmall.zip The acmsmall class defines a \subcaption command, so you can use minipages instead of subfigures for your purpose. MWE: \documentclass[prodmode,acmtecs]{acmsmall} \usepackage{graphicx} \begin{document} \begin{figure} ...


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The most simple solution seems to be to just add the \sffamily switch to the field. Chances are high though, that the journal editors will ust revert the changes. \documentclass{acm_proc_article-sp} \title{Title} \author{Name$^{\dag}$, Name$^{\dag}$, Name$^{\dag\ddag}$...\\ \affaddr{$\dag$ University, Address}\\ \affaddr{$\ddag$ University, Address} \\ ...


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You would be able to spot a parent class by looking for \LoadClass or \LoadClassWithOptions within the .cls. If none such entries exist, the most likely has no parent and was written from scratch. From a quick view of ec-acmsmall.cls, no dependent class is loaded (it's not required), so it has no parent. In such cases, let's look at how the basic classes in ...



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