ACM SIG Proceedings Templates
Current ACM Proceedings Template - January 23, 2015
The official 2014-2015 ACM Proceedings Format is available as templates in the following formats.
- LaTeX2e Style
Use this set of files to produce articles WITH the permission block, conference location, copyright text, bibstrip, etc.
This style produces a tight-looking format (9pt) which invariably means fewer pages.
- ACM LaTeX2e Sample File (May 2015 PDF)
- ACM LaTeX2e Style File VERSION 2.8 (May 2015 CLS)
- ACM acmcoyright.sty style file
- ACM LaTeX2e Sample File V2.1 (May 2015)
- ACM LaTeX2e Sample BIB File
- Graphic #1 (EPS)
- Graphic #2 (EPS)
- Graphic #3 (EPS)
- ACM Author Guidelines (LaTeX2e) Microsoft Word Document or PDF Document (May 2015).
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