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I am trying to submit an article to a journal. They have provided me template of their journal which is downloadable from from this link, which is actually a zip file containing one class file and 7 Latex style files. Out of these, I need to use file named INJP. I am familiar with templates in .tex format and I could not understand how to use these files to prepare my manuscript according to their format.

Please help !

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This will get you started. Unzip the archive to a folder. Make a new tex file, say physicspaper.tex. Then include this code for your MWE. After that, it is just like writing any LaTeX document.

\documentstyle[injp]{iacs} 
   \title{title}
   \author{author}
\begin{document}
   \maketitle   
   \section{Introduction}
   This is some text.
\end{document}

I gather from this answer (https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/31843/89098) by @egreg, the requirement to use \documentstyle is a "dinosaur". Good luck.

  • A Huge warning will plop up tellng you that documentstyle is, like a dnosaur, extinct. It should not be used anymore. People have to update to current (already) 20 year old LaTeX2e. – Johannes_B Oct 22 '16 at 7:10
  • @Johannes. Agree. But this "dinosaur" is what OP was given. Like you said, the publisher needs to update their class and style files. – Ross Oct 22 '16 at 7:18

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