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In your MWE are missing package subfig and begin{document} ... Also the use of \makebox is tu align figures in one column is not necesary. Try: \documentclass{IEEEtran} \usepackage[demo]{graphicx} \usepackage{subfig} \usepackage{lipsum} \begin{document} \lipsum[2] \begin{figure}[h] \centering ...

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While the class IEEEtran defines \def\tablename{TABLE} the package babel (rather, the language-specific file english.ldf) re-defines it back to \def\tablename{Table} Adding (thanks to egreg for the suggestion) \addto\captionsenglish{\renewcommand*{\tablename}{TABLE}} in the preamble after \usepackage{babel} should fix it.

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As barbara beeton has mentioned in her comment, the problem is that the statement is longer than one line, and the "best" breakpoint is at a location that forces the first line to be stretched. Below I present two possible solutions: the first one, using a local \raggedright and the second one, using a manual line break and some indentation: ...

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You should consider not changing any of the layout when submitting a paper. If tables should float to the top based on the conference paper class, then so-be-it. However, you can force the floating behaviour of the table environment to stop based on the following two approaches: Use the float package and the accompanying [H] float specifier. ...

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It's easy: add the following line in the LaTeX document, but don't forget to include this package \usepackage{eso-pic} \AddToShipoutPicture*{\small \sffamily\raisebox{1.2cm}{\hspace{1.8cm}978-1-4799-8641-5/15/\\$31.00@2015 IEEE}}

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I'm not sure why you are using \centerline, but using \centering instead is probably the better way to go in your case.

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