(Authors: Please adhere strictly to the following examples and instructions for the format/style to use for Tables and Figures.)
Place the following statement in the margin of your text (handwritten) after the first cite of each table and/or figure to give the publishers an indication where you want them to be placed:
[Place Table 1 Approximately Here]
[Place Figure 1 Approximately Here]
|Table 1. Change in USC Farm Income, Model Results in Percent Change from the Base Year|
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|Returns to land/output pricesa||-1.51||-2.17||0.68|
|Returns to land/labor cost||-2.17||-2.20||-2.16|
|Labor cost/output price||0.68||0.68||0.66|
a Footnotes for tables go below the table in this format(period at end). Be sure the footnote letter is placed appropriately in the table itself for reference.
Note(s): Use Note: or Notes: if the item is not something that can be referenced in the table itself (like the footnote above).
Source(s): Use Source: or Sources: to list the source(s) of the table information.
IMPORTANT: Table headings go left-aligned above the tables, with the word Table and the table number in bold, followed by a period. The table title (not in bold) should be listed in upper and lower case format, with no period at the end. If the title runs over to a second line, this line should also be left-aligned. Center columns underneath column headings and decimal-align all numbers with decimals. If you have a footnote at the bottom of the table, make sure you also place that footnote letter appropriately in the table itself for reference. All footnote/note/source sentences should end with a period. Make sure all tables have a rule under the heading and at the bottom of the table. Tables should each be saved in a separate file in Word or Wordperfect format.
Figure 1. Impact of Set-Asides on Consumer, Producer, and Total Economic Surplus
IMPORTANT: Figure headings go left-aligned below the figures, with the word Figure and the figure number in bold, follow by a period. The figure title (not in bold) should be listed in upper and lower case format, with no period at the end. If the title runs over to a second line, this line should also be left-aligned. Figures should each be saved in a separate file in PDF format.