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Illustrations and Photographs

Illustrations must be clear and unfolded, and their print quality even and dark enough for reproduction. It is usually sufficient that the figures be generated using modern graphics software, then laserprinted. Please avoid mounting figures with adhesive tape. If tape is absolutely necessary then ensure that it does not cover any typeset lettering nearby. Figures are to be embedded in the text near where they are first referenced, and within the text area specified in Sec. 1.1. (Alternatively, a suitable space may be left in the text for figures to be inserted manually later.) Captions must be set below the figure, in 10 point text with a baselineskip of 13 points, and sequentially numbered with Arabic numerals. Black and white photographs are strongly preferred and must be sharp.

If you wish to `embed' a postscript figure in the file, then remove from template file the % mark from the declaration of the postscript figure within the figure description and change the filename to an appropriate one. Also change the documentstyle[12pt,procsla]{article} into
You may need to play around with this as different computer systems appear to use different commands. Next adjust the scaling of the figure until it's correctly positioned (sometimes using centering helps), and remove the declarations of the lines and any anomalous spacing. If instead you wish to use some other method, then leave the right amount of vspace in the figure declaration to accommodate your figure (remove the lines and change the space in the example) and paste the hard copy figure on to the space in the final hard copy.
for the K0S, K0L and K- mesons.
K0S 0.769 x 1010 5.46 x 107
No DE observed, nor (IB)-E1 interference, despite large statistics, for .
K0L 3.93 x 104 0.90 x 103
DE prominent, exceeding IB over the range of measurement .
(DE =0.62 x 103)

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