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Templates for PDF files

Postby AutreachPress » Sat Nov 12, 2011 3:32 am

Now I have sorted out most technicalities, it's time to consider layout.

I want the articles to look consistent, with the name of the journal, and details in the PdF files as people are likely to want to save them.

Where can I find templates in word, that can be customised for this purpose, and then saved from word to PdF?

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