Deprecated ACM Microsoft Word Template

Deprecated ACM Microsoft Word Template - March 21, 2019

This version of the ACM Microsoft Word template was pulled from production on March 21, 2019 and is only available here to help guide authors who have already submitted their paper(s) to an ACM journal for review or their paper(s) are in process.

 
  • Word (Windows version)
  • Word (Mac 2011 - Toolbar support)
  • Word (Mac 2016 - Ribbon support)

 

Authors using Word for Windows, will need to read the Word for Windows User Guide. We have created video documentation to help you through tagging document header, body, and references. We've also provided a video which walks you through the template validation process.

Authors using Word for Mac 2011 will need to read the Word for Mac2011 User Guide. We have created video documentation to help you through tagging document header, body, and references. We've also provided a video which walks you through the template validation process.

Authors using Word for Mac 2016 will need to read the Word for Mac2016 User Guide. We have created video documentation to help you through tagging document header, body, and references. We've also provided a video which walks you through the template validation process.

 

Last updated March 21, 2019 by Craig Rodkin and Bernadette Shade

 

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