Are there any linguists here who know of a style/class file for the LACUS conference? My tex-fu isn't quite good enough to make my own. The guidelines for it are here, but lacus.org doesn't seem to have any template that can be used, except a Word template for abstracts. What makes things worse, googling for "latex lacus" brings up all of these documents with "Nam lacus libero" and other Latin phrases.


I think the best would be to email LACUS institution (there are several emails, for example a publication director) and ask there for an template. If they have no template ask them wether they can work with a tex file or not.

If they do not offer a LaTeX template you have to do it by your own, following the design guide.

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  • Ah man, not only do they not have a template, but they require Word documents for submission :( – Nate Glenn Nov 10 '12 at 20:31
  • It sounded like it was because they just didn't know how to use it, or the people who were formatting the entire thing could only edit word documents. – Nate Glenn Nov 10 '12 at 21:01

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