I am using standart article document and I want to form a template as in the shown figure. How can I do it? Thank you.

Edit. I have formed the following but here the title page appears on the second new page. I would be also very glad if you can help me replacing \hspace{-6.5mm} with a better alternative.



\AtBeginDocument{{\noindent\small Journal Name\\
Vol. \textbf{X} (year), No. X, pp. XXX--XXX.}}

\AtEndDocument{{\noindent\small Author 1: Address 1.\\
E-mail: [email protected]\\
Author 2: Address 2.\\
E-mail: [email protected]}}

\title{Article Title}
\author{Author 1 and Author 2}


\blfootnote{\hspace{-6.5mm}Received Date 1 and in revised form Date 2.\\
AMS Subject Classification: Cls 1, Cls 2.\\
Key words and phrases: Keyword 1, keyword 2.}





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    Are you writing a manuscript for a specific journal? Maybe there is a template that already does the layout for you.
    – engineer
    Dec 29, 2016 at 10:43
  • Oh no, I want to learn how to do it for personal curiosity.
    – bkarpuz
    Dec 29, 2016 at 10:45
  • Please tell us what you've tried so far, in terms of LaTeX code. Please also indicate how important it is that some parts of the title page use a serif font whereas others use a sans-serif font. And, how big should the page block be? The less guesswork you impose, the more likely you'll get a satisfactory solution.
    – Mico
    Dec 29, 2016 at 10:47
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    This site is not a good place for "do this for me" type programming requests. Unless you're willing to show some effort yourself, you may not be getting a lot of answers.
    – Mico
    Dec 29, 2016 at 11:51
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    One comment: use No.\ X, pp.\ because the dot is not full stop.
    – Sigur
    Dec 29, 2016 at 15:51

1 Answer 1


  \def\@oddhead{\vbox to\z@{\kern-\topmargin\kern-.5in
          Journal Name\\
          Vol.~\textbf{X} (year), No.~X, pp.~XXX--XXX.


    \textit{AMS classification:} \@AMSclass.\par
    \textit{Keywords and phrases:} \@keywords.\par

\title{Article Title\thanks{%
    Received Date 1 and in revised form Date 2.}}

\author{Author 1 and Author 2}

\AMSclass{Cls 1, Cls 2}
\keywords{Keyword 1, keyword 2}




  • This is a very educating sample, thank you. I could adopt it for my purpose.
    – bkarpuz
    Dec 29, 2016 at 20:53

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