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Here is all that you need to do to format in IEEE style.

Rule #1: Cover Page

We have a separate cover page here. For IEEE citation, a cover page will contain information like the author’s name, any affiliations, their city and email. In this order.

All this information will be in font size 24 and must be in the center of the page. Dead center. From top and from the sides as well.

That’s how you make an IEEE title page.

Rule #2: Abstract and Index

This format also includes an abstract and an index.

An abstract is the summary of your paper but it should be around 150 to 250 words. Preferably close to 150.

The index contains all the terms that you have used in your paper and you need to define them for the reader’s reference.

These are included in the IEEE style but some professors can ask you to skip these two.

Rule #3: In-Text Citations

These are super important. As an essay writer, you need to know all about in-text citations. For IEEE, they will look something like this: [1], [2] ...

This bracket will come after any quote you use or any stuff that you paraphrase. The number will correspond to the reference but more about that later.

In your essay, you will use numbers for in-text, ok?

Rule #4: References

Those numbers above? They correspond to a reference. So, in the reference list, we will have numbered bullet points.

And at number 1, we will add the reference for a source. This will be the source whose quote you have taken or whose words you have paraphrased before you wrote [1] in the essay.

So, the numbering should match with the essay.

Rule #5: Tables and Figures

You can totally use tables and figures in IEEE format. You will add these tables and figures in between the text. This means that they do not have to be added on a separate page.

Once you have added the tables and/or figures, make sure that you label them so that you can refer to them.

Rule #6: General Formatting

These are simple rules that your paper must follow for IEEE style.

The font style in IEEE should be kept at 10, not the usual 12. Your font must be readable so it is usually Times New Roman. Your margins should be at the default one-inch.

Also, the paper will ALWAYS begin with a cap. Meaning it will have a huge capital letter in the beginning that should be two-lines deep.

Rule #7: Other Rules

There are a few other things that you need to remember for your paper to be just perfect.

One that you need to divide your page into two columns. Kind of like how they do in magazines. Two that you are allowed to divide the paper into sections and even subsections.

Just make sure to add headings for these sections, ok?

Here is all I know.

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