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  • The manuscript must be accompanied by a CD-ROM or pen-drive containing the manuscript. Floppies will not be acceptable.
  • Use a new CD-ROM. There should be no other document, file, and material on the diskette other than the final manuscript. Text, references, tables and legends, all should be in one electronic file.
  • Label each CD with the first contributor's name, short title of the article, software (e.g. MS Word), version (e.g. 7.0) and file name. Use a thick pencil to do so - avoid felt pens, regular pens, etc. since they can spoil the CD. Name the file on the CD with the corresponding contributor's last name (up to eight characters) and a three-letter extension to signify the format (e.g. sharma.doc). For a revised manuscript name the file with the manuscript number (e.g. jcrt58). Use any word-processing program (e.g. Microsoft Word, Word Perfect) or provide text files.
  • Do not use 'oh' (O) for 'zero' (0), 'el' (l) for one (1). Do not use space bar for indentation. Do not type headings or any other text in ALL CAPITALS. Do not break words at the end of lines. Do not use an extra hard return/enter between paragraphs. Do not insert a tab, indent, or extra spaces before beginning of a paragraph. Do not use software's facility of automatic referencing, footnotes, headers, footers, etc.
  • Use a hyphen only to hyphenate compound words. Use only one letter space at the end of sentence. Use hard return/enter only at the end of paragraphs and display lines (e.g. titles, headings and subheadings). Incorporate notes or footnotes in the text, within parentheses, rather than their usual place at the foot of the page.
  • Use single space between lines for the manuscript on the CD. Provide the tables and charts at the appropriate place in the text and not at the end of the manuscript.
  • Care should be taken to prevent damage to the CD while sending it through post.