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Template for preparing an article for submission
to the journal AO/JOSA A/B:
template designed to assist with length estimate
Author One, 1 Author Two, 1 Author Three, 1 Author Four, 1 Author Five, 2 Author Six, 2 Author Seven, 1
Author Eight, 3 and Author Nine 3,*
1Publications
Department, OSA—The Optical Society, 2010 Massachusetts Avenue N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036
2College of Physics, Jilin University, Changchun 130012, China
3Institute of Applied Physics, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Albert-Einstein-Strasse 15, 07745 Jena, Germany
*Corresponding author: [email protected]
Received Month X, XXXX; revised Month X, XXXX; accepted Month X,
XXXX; posted Month X, XXXX (Doc. ID XXXXX); published Month X, XXXX
Applied Optics (AO) and the Journal of the Optical Society of America (JOSA) A and B are journals from OSA—
The Optical Society. Articles prepared for submission to AO and the JOSAs may be prepared with this template to
help with length estimate. Note that the template provides an approximation only and that article length will
ultimately be affected by sizing and placement of figures, tables, and equations as well as the composition software
used to prepare file articles. Authors should also consult the OSA Author Style Guide for general information
about manuscript preparation. © 2012 Optical Society of America
OCIS codes: (170.0110) Imaging systems; (170.3010) Image reconstruction techniques; (170.3660) Light
propagation in tissues.
http://dx.doi/org/10.1364/AO.99.099999
1.Introduction
To use this template, you will need to (1) apply the embedded
AO/JOSA styles to each paragraph-level item in your manuscript
or (2) use the specifications shown in Table 1 to format your
manuscript, with this template as a visual guide.
Using the Word styles. In this template, styles such as “01
Title” for AO/JOSA appear in the MS Word Styles ribbon (or
toolbar for older versions of Word). Apply the appropriate style
before typing or apply it to existing text. It is possible to paste
manuscript text into this template or attach this template to an
existing manuscript.
A.One- and Two-Column Text
To create two-column text for the manuscript body, use the
option Page Layout, Columns, Two. Set the spacing to 0.25"
between the two columns. Within the body, apply one-column
formatting to any figures, tables, or equations that must span
columns. Authors are not required to use the two-column
template but should do so if the paper length is a concern.
1.Front Matter
The title should be formatted in an hourglass style; the first
line longer than the second, the second line shorter than the
third. Use numerical superscript callouts as shown in this
template to link authors with their affiliations. Corresponding
author should be denoted with an asterisk as shown. To help
with length assessment, include two lines of text above the
abstract as a placeholder for manuscript history information.
Paragraphs
Body paragraphs should be indented (only the opening
paragraph is flush left) and have no extra space in between. All
paragraph text within the body should be set in two columns.
Equations
Display equations should be broken and aligned for twocolumn display unless spanning across two columns is essential.
Equations should be centered with equation numbers set flush
right. For MathType math, use the Format Equations feature to
format all equations as Times + Symbol 10. Note: There must be
a blank linespace above and below each displayed equation.
x 
b 
b  4 ac
2
(1)
2a
Tables
Styles for table title, table head, and table text are provided.
Tables should be set in one column wherever possible and be
placed near their first mention in the body. Tables and figures do
not need to be placed on separate pages at the back of the
manuscript.
Figures
As with tables and equations, figures should be set in one
column if possible unless two-column display is essential. Figure
captions should have approximately 6 points above and below.
Before the figures are dropped into the template, the main text
and references in the template should be set to one column (Page
Layout, Columns, One) and should be accurately sized (a
maximum of 3.5 inches wide for one column, 7 inches for two),
and the caption should be added by right-clicking on the image
and choosing Insert Caption. Then the figure and its caption can
be selected and dropped into the template at the end of the paper.
numbering (e.g., if you have numbered reference items
manually), simply click the numbering icon in Word’s paragraph
toolbar.
References
Set references at the back of the manuscript. The Citation
style uses automatic numbering. To turn off automatic
Table 1. Specifications for the AO/JOSA A/B Template
Item
Paper Size
Margins
Typography
Title
Authors
Affiliations
Corresponding E-mail
History
Abstract
OCIS
Paragraph
U.S. Letter, Portrait orientation
Top 0.75, Bottom 0.75, Left 0.69, Right 0.69
Indentation
Font Name
Font Size (pts.)
(inches)
Times New Roman
18
0.63
Times New Roman
9
0.37
Times New Roman
8
0.37
Times New Roman
8
0.37
Times New Roman
8.
1.6
Times New Roman
8.
0.68
Times New Roman
8
0.75
Century
9
Table
Figure Caption
Equation
References
Century
Century
Century
Century
8
10
Center
9
Justified
Authors in need of a precise length estimate because of page
charge concerns can use the AO_JOSA template. The template
will not yield an exact estimate but should provide a good
approximation of the length of the page proof. Figures, large
tables, and complex display math may still affect the estimate.
4.
5.
To use the template, do the following:
2.
3.
Justified
8
Instruction Summary for AO/JOSA Word Submissions
1.
Alignment
Center
Center
Center
Center
Center
Justified
Left
Save ao_josa_template.dot to a local directory (such as
your Microsoft Office templates folder). Double-click the
template to create a new document.
Highlight each portion of the template—title, authors,
author affiliations, and so on—and paste your own title,
authors, etc. The style for each should be automatically
applied; on the “Home” ribbon in MS Word, under
Styles, the appropriate style will be highlighted.
If you are creating a new document, simply apply the
appropriate styles as you type. Otherwise, you can
paste in content and then apply the styles as needed.
6.
7.
Notes
Bold
Bold
Italic
Italic
Two lines
Two columns;
Indent 0.13
Table title bold
6 pt above and
below
Equation number
flush right
Bold heading
To ensure that display equations appear correctly, be
sure to highlight each displayed equation and apply
“Equation” from the available styles.
It is not necessary that the figures/captions appear near
their respective callouts in the paper, however, it is fine
to place them in the body of the paper. The figures can
also be dropped at the end of the paper, following the
references, coupled with their captions. The figures can
appear either within the text (with their caption) or at
the end of the manuscript. They should be sized as you
wish them to appear in the published paper.
First, paste the figure into the template. Then, if your
original document is a .doc file, right-click on the figure
in the template and add the caption. If it is a .docx file,
you will need to paste the caption below the figure
manually.
In either case, after the caption has been added, choose
the Figure Caption style from the template.
Fig. 1. Forward single pass experimental set-up for evaluating EDFA
performance
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