Formatting and templates

Although many of our journals have the basic elements of style in common, each journal can have its own specific formatting. This defines how an article will look when it is published online or in print. So, how can you streamline the process of submitting your paper?

Save time with a template

You will need to format your article ready for submission. To make this easier, Word templates are available for many of our journals, ready for you to download and apply to your document. You can find links to these on your chosen journal’s homepage on Taylor & Francis Online under ‘Instructions for Authors’. Each version of the template has its own instructions file, which explains how to save and use it.

Format templates to download

  1. Check to see which version of Word is installed on your computer
  2. Read the instructions for the relevant version of the template in the list below
  3. Download and save the template file to your computer
  4. Apply these styles to your paper as appropriate.

Word 2016 Windows
Instructions | Template

Word 2013 Windows
Instructions | Template

Word Mac 2011
Instructions |Template

Word 2010 Windows
Instructions | Template

Word Mac 2008
Instructions |Template

Word 2007 Windows
Instructions | Template

Word Mac 2004
Instructions |Template

Word 2003 Windows
Instructions | Template

LaTeX templates

Some of our journals accept manuscripts that use a LaTeX template. Please check the ‘Instructions for Authors’ page for the journal you would like to submit to, which will indicate if LaTex is an accepted format. Some journals will provide a link to their specific template in the ‘Instructions for Authors’ section. If no template is provided, please contact authortemplate@tandf.co.uk for advice.