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A cover letter template for a journal paper submission in Latex

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A cover letter template for a journal paper submission in latex.

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Description 📋

Paper submission in a journal is usually accompanied by a cover letter. 📝 The repository hosts a cover letter template for journal submissions written in LaTeX. The template is minimalistic in one way while pre-defined with several commands that drastically speed up the process of preparing a cover letter for journal submission. ✉️

Key features of this template ✨

  • Minimalistic design 🎨
  • Include the custom logo of the affiliation 🏢
  • Predefined commands for a journal name, author, date, etc. 📅
  • Many macros contained in this package speed up the process of preparing the necessary ingredients for the cover letter ⚙️
  • Defined macros for recommending up to 3 reviewers or editors 👥
  • ORCID logo and link to the submitting author's ORCID page 🔗
  • Controls for adding a "Conflict of interest" statement and declaration 🛡️
  • Predefined different valedictions for different types of submissions (e.g., Yours sincerely, Yours faithfully, Best regards, etc.) 📝
  • Custom greeting (e.g., "Dear Editor" or "Dear Editor-in-Chief" for regular submission, etc.) 👋
  • Option to add custom Signature (i.e. an image of your hand-written signature) ✍️

Download/Install 📦

Please install the jourcl package through the package manager of your TeX distribution or download it directly from: CTAN .

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This software is provided as-is, and there are no guarantees that it fits your purposes or that it is bug-free. Use it at your own risk!

Material in this folder is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License .

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Writing a letter in latex.

Letters are still rarely written in Latex, even though its so simple and straight forward. With this post we hope to convince at least some people to write letters using Latex. The advantages are obvious, you get a standard layout (which can be changed if necessary), the output is in PDF-format and last but not least, Latex is fun!

The following is a sample code, which can be used for writing a letter in Latex.

  Example output

latex-example-letter

For more space before or after paragraphs, openings or closings use \vspace{1cm} .

For a complete list of available commands or if you need to change margins, have a look at the letter style file (letter.sty)

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29. August 2007 at 8:12

Dude whoever u are u are doing a great help here…i was recently initiated into the world of TeX… Never turned to Word again. I have always been wanting to know how to write letters in LaTeX… Thanks for the tip…i really didnt know it was this damn simple…

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16. October 2007 at 9:34

Thanks for the tip – one question though: is it possible to somehow include pictures in letters? It seems when I’m trying that the “figure” environment isn’t defined when you use the “letter” documentclass.

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19. October 2007 at 9:37

There are a lot of different styles out there to help with writing letters. I’m from the Netherlands and the dutch TUG (TeX User Group) provides a style for dutch letters. It is the only way for me now to write letters. It looks very professional. It also supplies info like a reference number and a “in response to” field.

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25. October 2007 at 9:36

You can include figures in letters, but it seems indeed that the floating environment is not working. Try this: 1.

without the floating environment “figure”. It works fine for me, you can center the image, but not add caption and label.

Hope this helps, Tom

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20. November 2011 at 8:31

This site has always helped. Ur comment did help dis tym!

Regards Vicky

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29. October 2007 at 20:01

You could also try the letter format in KOMA-script bundle; it provides replacement for all the basic document classes, with nice additional formatting options. The letter class is especially powerful, and I guess its full potential could only be realised in business environments, but it has served well for my personal needs, also. KOMA-script classes are present at least in MixTex, TeX-Live and teTeX.

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20. April 2008 at 11:14

I tried to use the letter-class but couldn’t get it working. This simple guide whoever solved my problems. I didn’t know it was this simple! Thanks!

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10. May 2008 at 8:03

I’m also new to TeX and LaTeX (as well as to Aquamacs) and I’m loving it. I’m two weeks into this and I’m really looking forward to not using Word or even Pages and OpenOffice again. Thanks for the instructions on how to make letters!!!

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12. September 2008 at 9:24

Thanks! I needed a quick template for writing a letter in Latex and the one you provided really helped 🙂

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16. November 2008 at 12:16

I’m can’t get the telephone number to display using \telephone{2342}. I’ve tried adding the command \pagestyle{firstpage} but that dosen’t work. Any ideas?

Also, I would like the closing text eg “Yours faithfully” flushed left – not centered. How do I do that? Cheers.

6. January 2009 at 22:06

When I define the \telephone{}, it displays in the bottom right corner. If you would like it to be part of your address, just use an additional line in the address command. Now for your second question, I tried to flush it left. You can actually do it without a major effort, by simply using \name{…} instead of \address{…}. The trade-off is that your address is no more located above the date, but below your signature. Up to you to decide what suits you the better.

Cheers, Tom.

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19. February 2011 at 12:08

You get both the phone number and the closing flushed left when the letter is formatted for use with a letterhead. You get this when you don’t use the \address command. When you use \address the letter is formatted as a personal letter, without a phone number.

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19. March 2009 at 0:21

You can left-align the closing by using \longindentation=0pt before your \begin{document}.

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28. March 2016 at 6:25

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20. August 2009 at 14:18

Thanks for this blog. VERY USEFUL. I just finished writing my thesis in LaTeX, a 267 page document with lots of figures and tables, but I needed to write a letter and I was totally blocked. I never went back to WORD and I wasn’t about to succumb. Your letter example got me going again with a simple but elegant letter, thanks.

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4. January 2010 at 0:56

do bibliographies work in letters? can’t seem to get it working.

Writing a letter in LaTeX « The Daily Information Struggle

5. March 2010 at 13:29

[…] not going to copy any details, this blog post says all that is needed […]

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3. May 2010 at 22:02

I am trying include a .jpg picture of my signature between the closing and my name in the standard \documentclass{letter} and cannot get any figure to load in at all. Any ideas? I tried what was described before with \usepackage{graphicx} and then just put in \includegraphics{largesignature.jpg} but it has not worked.

4. May 2010 at 17:53

It would be helpful to see a minimal example of the relevant Latex code. I tried in my code and it worked, no problem. Take a look at my post on how to add your signature as an image to a letter .

Latex letter signature as image « Blog on Latex Matters

4. May 2010 at 17:50

[…] the signature{Your name} declaration (see this sample letter) and just replace the closing{Yours Faithfully,} […]

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10. June 2010 at 17:05

Thanks for that. I have found a template for writing cover letters and cvs, here http://www.math.uic.edu/~hurder/math589/vita.html download the .zip and take a look at the letter template .tex.

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16. September 2010 at 2:25

To add to Seamus’ left-align signature comment, you can also left align the address and date using: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1809882/latex-letter-from-address-left-aligned

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23. July 2011 at 12:00

I am trying to make the first letter capital for encl. used in letter latex as By using \encl{Certificates} output appear as encl. Certificates. Is there any way to display “Encl. Certificates” instead of “encl. Certificates” in letter? Please help me.

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25. July 2011 at 4:33

Hi Sarvesh,

You can redefine it using: \renewcommand{\enclname}{Encl} .

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8. October 2011 at 19:23

Nice job, hth another user

I’m using auctex got rid of the first three lines in the buffer when starting emacs and your code compiled right away.

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11. November 2011 at 0:25

I was busy looking around this page for the *.tex template bundle, or whatever package I need – Until I realized i was already looking at it in your few lines of code!

Awesome! Thanks!!!

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21. November 2011 at 3:20

Hi there, I have a letter template for Xetex which supports unicode fairly well here:

https://github.com/kaihendry/letterly

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27. March 2012 at 8:51

Hi Tom, Thanks for the post. It is indeed very convenient to use latex for writing letters.

It seems that the letter environment inserts the date by default. How can I tell it not to include the date.

My preamble is bare minimum and it only contains: \documentclass{letter}

27. March 2012 at 8:59

Hey Santosh,

Thanks for your questions. Adding \date{} as the first line within the letter environment will prevent the date from being shown.

27. March 2012 at 9:07

Thanks, It worked.

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29. September 2012 at 16:02

Thanks a lot! This is really useful.

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12. October 2012 at 22:18

I’m using latex instead of email because I want to be able to refer to my figures within text instead of attaching them and hoping my reader knows which one I’m talking about. i want to keep things informal, so i’d prefer to write a letter, but i’m going to have to use the report class or something in order to have figures. can’t some latex guru just copy and paste some code so that i can have my cake and eat it too?

13. October 2012 at 17:27

Hmmm, not sure I understand what you need exactly. You may find my code samples on figures and standard classes useful. Cheers, Tom.

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21. October 2013 at 16:10

Hi, Is there any way (other than inserting artificial spaces in the address) to make the address line up with the closing?

22. October 2013 at 13:24

Hi Larry, I can’t help you with that, sorry. I’d suggest you use an alternative package. See here for some options, e.g. newlfm .

Since the letter class is old and not very popular, I’ll try to write a post on one of the newer packages…

Cheers, Tom

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19. November 2014 at 20:59

Someone asked long ago but it has not been answered: How can a citations and a bibliograohy be added to a letter?

25. November 2014 at 7:54

You might find the answer to a similar question on tex.SX useful.

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8. March 2015 at 23:12

I have a 403 on the file new.pdf

10. March 2015 at 14:36

Thanks! This should be fixed now.

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20. August 2015 at 17:00

How to add subject before the opening?

21. August 2015 at 14:48

A possible solution, although not ideal, is to include the subject in the opening:

Alternatively, you might use the more flexible KOMA script letter class: scrlttr2 .

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18. April 2016 at 12:17

How can I control the date of the letter? Today’s date seems to be inserted automatically.

21. April 2016 at 9:40

Hi Reinhard,

Use the date macro in the preamble:

21. April 2016 at 11:50

Thanks Tom.

21. April 2016 at 12:02

While we are on the subject, do you know if there is a way to override \today in document classes other than letter. The trick you suggested seems to work for the letter class only.

26. April 2016 at 13:25

Which class do you use? It works for the standard document classes: article , report , and book . Here’s an example:

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30. January 2018 at 10:56

Why is the closing and the signature centre aligned? I’ve never seen that on any letter ever before.

30. January 2018 at 12:50

Hi Russell,

Thanks for your comment. The positioning of signature is done through indentation rather alignment. Not sure what the reason is, perhaps an outdated style. To change it, set \longindentation to zero:

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7. March 2019 at 9:20

How does one include a subject line?

19. March 2019 at 12:11

A possible solution is to use one of the standard macros. For example:

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Anyone know a good template for formal letters?

Occasionally, I write letters that I actually print out and send by snail mail :).

I'd like them to look as formal as possible. Archaic (pre-typewriter) Dutch customs require the sender's address to be in the top left corner and the recipient's in the top right. The place and date should be aligned with the recipient's address. The sign off ("Yours truly") should also be aligned with that.

Of course there are also specific rules for the amount of vertical whitespace.

Does anyone know of a good package that lets me customize all this stuff, preferably in a .sty file or something that I can include, so I don't have to do it again for every letter?

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Most sites point to the options below for formal letters :

  • akletter for German business letters;
  • newlfm for US-centric letters, faxes and memos;
  • dinbrief for German letters;
  • brief in the Dutch ntgclass bundle;
  • scrlttr2 in the KOMA-Script bundle.

Here is my .tex code for a formal letter or an invoice based on scrlttr2 (part of KOMA-script) . I found the package flexible enough for my needs.

I'd like to add another tex letter source with a logo on the top-left and rulers, based on newlfm Remember to put a logo.pdf in the same folder of it otherwise it will complain:

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  • 3 if jqno wants this Dutch "archaic"-style he talks of (which isn't archaic at all as it's legally mandated for all government agencies) he should go for the "brief" class from the ntgclass bundle. The letter style you speak of is in fact defined as NEN (NEderlandse Norm) 1026. –  Giel Commented Aug 15, 2010 at 7:19

Have you tried the built-in letter class?

  • Wikibooks: LaTeX/Letters
  • Standard Letter Document Class for LaTeX2e

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I haven't personally investigated any of them, but the internet tells me about this link which refers to several packages. The package scrlttr2 looks almost infinitely customizeable, so probably is what you want.

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I use the scrlttr2 class from koma-skript. You can define your own letterhead and also the head on subsequent pages (same for footer). It is highly adjustable and I think you can adjust it to your own needs fairly easy (depending on your experience).

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Using a viral CV/ cover letter LaTeX template for undergraduate research internships

I am planning to apply for a few undergraduate research internships and I recently learned LaTeX, so I am thinking of transferring my resume from Word to LaTeX. I came across LaTeX templates for a "Deedy CV" and a "Deedy Cover Letter" which apparently went viral in 2014. Admittedly, the "Deedy" templates look very attractive; in fact, they were the most attractive-looking CV/cover letter templates in the entire Overleaf gallery. Is it recommended that an undergraduate applying for undergraduate research internships uses the Deedy templates? What about a template for a somewhat infographic colored CV? Do these formats of CVs convey unprofessionalism in academia?

P.S. If this is relevant, I am in the US and am also planning to cold email some professors on the US to ask if they would be willing to take me on for a research position.

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  • 3 It might help you to look at how academics present their CVs (a lot of academics, myself included, have their CV on their website or university page). Both presentation and content differ hugely from what is the norm in industry. –  astronat supports the strike Commented Aug 29, 2020 at 17:01
  • The deedy template looks fine - What about a template for a somewhat infographic colored CV? <- I'd be careful with this –  Azor Ahai -him- Commented Aug 29, 2020 at 17:16
  • 2 From a quick search, I disagree that this is a very attractive template. I think the two-column layout with two very different columns makes it very hard to access. I've seen far nicer looking and better to read latex templates. –  user151413 Commented Aug 29, 2020 at 20:37
  • 1 It doesn't look standard. –  henning no longer feeds AI Commented Aug 30, 2020 at 12:19

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I'm sure that the recipient won't really be concerned with which template you use for your CV or cover letter. Most probably they are not familiar with what templates are available. What they will be concerned about is the contents, and do you offer what experience and qualifications they are looking for.

The documents just have to look respectable, that is all. You are overthinking this.

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  • 1 I don't think this is entirely overthinking - a badly formatted CV, which is hard to parse with a quick look, is certainly not helping the case. –  user151413 Commented Aug 29, 2020 at 20:38
  • This is usually good advice, but certain disciplines and locations have more strict CV standards. –  Anonymous Physicist Commented Aug 30, 2020 at 2:24

A CV should allow to access the relevant information to judge if someone is (at least potentially) a suitable candidate quickly and easily.

This is true even more so if you are going to cold-email people. Professors get lots of such emails. They will first have a very quick look at your CV, and only if it looks like it might be a reasonable candidate to look at, they will give further consideration.

Thus, you want to have a CV where the relevant information is quickly to find and which is easily accessible.

The template you mention seems to me, at least in the two-column version with two completely independent columns which seems to be the standard one, impossible to parse quickly - one never knows which column to look at. So people might not find the information they are looking for or, worse, overloop it, since they don't know where to look for it and parse the right column only.

So I think it is important how you format your CV, especially if you are going to cold-email people. It should be formatted such that it is very easy to find relevant information - publications, education, and so forth. To this end, I think a single-column layout with clearly visibe captions is suited best. Beyond that, the "fanciness" of the actual layout is indeed not relevant.

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This formal letter template is suitable for individuals representing a professional institution such as a university, company or organization. This is most evident in the large header at the top of the letter where there is space for a logo and a large institution name along with your name and title. A block for your information is neatly tucked away underneath the header line on the right with a vertically-overlapping block for the addressee information underneath on the left. Finally, the content of the letter is laid out in neat justified paragraphs with the signature on the bottom aligning with the date at the top of the letter.

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