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Templates and Sample of PES Technical Papers

Templates and Sample of PES Technical Papers

Part 4 of the author's kit has four components:

1. Part 4 web page.
2. Sample conference and Transactions papers in PDF, with formatting instructions as the content.
3. MSWord Template for conference and Transactions papers (instructions for its use are in Sample Paper).
4. LaTeX Template for Transactions papers, which is located on the IEEE Publications Department web site. (Please use bare_jrnl.tex. This template will produce a paper that satisfies PES formatting requirements. The stylistic differences from the Word template are acceptable.)

(NOTE: To access the MSWord Template, be sure to use the link below. These templates should be used to format all PES Transactions and conference papers. Do not use the MSWord templates located on the IEEE Publications Department web site or any other templates located on the main IEEE site!)

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