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== Starting with Word or other Formats ==
 
== Starting with Word or other Formats ==
  
The majority of author submissions come in as Microsoft Word documents (.doc or .docx), and typically move through the OJS workflow (review, revision, copyediting) in that format. Other formats sometimes include text (.txt), rich text format (.rtf), or Open Office (.odf)
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The majority of author submissions come in as Microsoft Word documents (.doc or .docx), and typically move through the OJS workflow (review, revision, copyediting) in that format. Other formats sometimes include text (.txt), rich text format (.rtf), or Open Office (.odt)
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== Working from Templates ==
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== Creating PDF Files ==
 
== Creating PDF Files ==

Revision as of 12:35, 17 January 2014

Starting with Word or other Formats

The majority of author submissions come in as Microsoft Word documents (.doc or .docx), and typically move through the OJS workflow (review, revision, copyediting) in that format. Other formats sometimes include text (.txt), rich text format (.rtf), or Open Office (.odt)

Working from Templates

Creating PDF Files

Example: Postcolonial Text

This is the easiest type of file to create from a Word document. Current versions of Microsoft Word (and other word processors) let you simply "Save As" a PDF. The majority of OJS journals publish their articles as PDFs.

Creating HTML Files

Cleaning up a Word document

Example:

Creating MP3 Files

Example:

Creating XML Files

Example: