Formatting and templates

Each journal has a particular style, which defines how an article will look when it is online or in print.

Save time with a template: go to the instructions for authors

You will need to format your article ready for submission, following the instructions for authors on Taylor & Francis Online. To make this easier, Word templates are available for many of our journals. You can find them in the instructions for authors on Taylor & Francis Online, ready for you to download and apply to your document. Each template also has an instruction file, which will explain how to save and use it.

You can paste your work into the template, or attach the style to a previously written document. Instructions on how to do this are included with each template.

Format templates to download

Below are links to the most common formats used across Taylor & Francis journals – check to see which is used on the journal you are submitting to in the instructions for authors, read the instructions for each template below, download, and then apply to your written document.

Word 2010 Windows
Instructions | Template

Word 2007 Windows
Instructions | Template

Word 2003 Windows
Instructions | Template

Word Mac 2011
Instructions |Template

Word Mac 2008
Instructions |Template

Word Mac 2004
Instructions |Template

Using EndNote? Format your document with the template, save it as a Word 97-2003 document .doc file and use EndNote in the usual manner.