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comment How to change number of columns in acm_proc template
These cls files are related. I should have said that that it works for current version of the cls file I mentioned, but if you try my suggestion using acm_proc_article-sp it works just the same. This way one can still keep the title section. I had the same question and found this fix, I thought I pass it along. Just trying to help others.
Feb
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answered How to change number of columns in acm_proc template
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comment In memoir class how do I force the abstract on the title page and be of type chapter?
Excellent! Yes, this is good place to start!
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revised In memoir class how do I force the abstract on the title page and be of type chapter?
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accepted enumerate list embedded in table with custom label
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comment enumerate list embedded in table with custom label
I thought I had in my preamble \usepackage{enumitem} but I did not. So after checking that, now the code works. Thank you.
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accepted Force References Heading to Uppercase when calling \bibliography{bib filename}
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comment Force References Heading to Uppercase when calling \bibliography{bib filename}
I agree with you, I had to submit a paper to a conference (CTS21012) where their call for paper requirements were rather funky. For the picture-quality version, they released a template and class file that had all of the requirements well defined.
Jan
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comment Force References Heading to Uppercase when calling \bibliography{bib filename}
Here is what worked in my case: \documentclass[USenglish,10pt,letterpaper,twocolumn]{article} ... Here is main difference as pointed out above: \renewcommand{\refname}{REFERENCES} I didn't have to add babel package, but did have to add USenglish to the document class. Does this automatically make that heading 12pt font? Just wondering.
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