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You can quickly switch to a folder you recently opened documents from in the Atlantis File | Open... dialog. Click here for details...

 

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You can quickly close all documents open in Atlantis except the current one if you hold the Ctrl key down and click the Close ALL documents button on the toolbar:
Click here for details...

 

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When you drag items with the mouse on the Atlantis rulers, you will be able to set more precise values if you hold the Alt key down at the same time.
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Under the Atlantis two-page zoom, the first page of documents are displayed on their own. But you can still have the first two pages displaying side by side.
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If you often make the same typing errors, you can instruct Atlantis to fix them automatically.
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In Atlantis, there are different ways to scroll documents with the mouse wheel. Click here for details...

 

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You can quickly access the current document bookmarks if you right-click the leftmost section of the Atlantis status bar. Click here for details...

 

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You might have chosen to hide the Atlantis main menu under the Full Screen mode. But you can still access this same menu if you ride the mouse against the top edge of the screen and click. Click here for details...

 

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You can use the Atlantis Find / Replace dialog to determine how many times a particular word or phrase was used in a document or a selection.
Click here for details...

 

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In the Atlantis File | Open... dialog, the preview box can be scrolled with the cursor keys.
Click here for details...

 

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You can calculate the sum of numbers in a document. Click here for details...

 

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You can use the Format Brush to apply styles.
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You can quickly insert characters not directly available from the keyboard if you assign hot keys to them in the Insert Symbol dialog. Click here for details...

 

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You can quickly insert characters not directly available from the keyboard if you press the corresponding Alt+NNN combinations. Click here for details...

 

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You can create a list of favorite symbols in the Insert Symbol dialog for direct access from this same dialog. Click here for details...

 

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You can use the Atlantis Clip Library to insert characters in the document window. Simply open the Insert | Symbol... dialog and add any appropriate characters to your Clip Library.
Click here for details...

 

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Inserting accents and other characters not directly available from the keyboard can be a breeze if you put appropriate entries in the Atlantis AutoCorrect dialog. Click here for details...

 

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Inserting accents and other characters not directly available from the keyboard can be a breeze if you put appropriate entries in the Atlantis AutoCorrect dialog. Click here for details...

 

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The Atlantis Side by side Window mode can be used to simulate synchronous columns.
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You can use Atlantis as a handy image format convertor. Click here for details...

 

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You can quickly deactivate all the hyperlinks in a document. Click here for details...

 

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There are several ways to create more compact document files in Atlantis. Click here for details...

 

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As a handy tool designed to manage crucial passwords securely, ImagiPass will help you encrypt documents with long reliable passwords. Click here for details...

 

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You can resize the Atlantis Control Board and Document Bar. Click here for details...

 

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You can copy/paste the URL of a hyperlink.
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You can use the Sections panel of the Atlantis Control Board to find "hidden" (unused) headers and footers in your documents. Click here for details...

 

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Atlantis features a typing assist - Power Type. If you are a beginner or slow typist, the Atlantis Power Type helps you type documents in less time with less effort. But even fast typists find Power Type a great help! Click here for details...

 

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The Atlantis AutoCorrect feature can automatically take care of punctuation signs, typical misspellings, common syntax mistakes in your documents.
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Atlantis supports a special document format, the COD Encrypted Document Format. Documents saved in this COD format are securely protected from prying eyes.
Click here for details...

 

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Atlantis can create automatic and regular backups of all open documents. Successive versions of each document are saved to a special folder. In this way, you can always go back to earlier versions of any document if necessary. Click here for details...

 

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You will get detailed information about the default hot keys of Atlantis if you press Shift+F1.

 

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The complete list of all the Atlantis hot keys, including your custom hot keys, is displayed if you click
the Show All Assigned Hot Keys... button in the Tools | Hot Keys... dialog.

 

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Atlantis can automatically safeguard copies of all open documents to a special folder. In the event of a fatal crash or accidental shutdown of your computer, Atlantis will be able to restore your documents from these Safe Copies. Click here for details...

 

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The Atlantis toolbar sets are switched by pressing the Ctrl key twice. Click here for details...

 

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The F9 key toggles the Full Screen mode on and off. With the Full Screen mode on, the Atlantis toolbars, scrollbars, document bar, status bar and rulers, all become invisible by default. To go back to the Atlantis normal working environment, simply toggle the F9 key again or press the Esc key.
Note that you can choose which components of the Atlantis interface are displayed in the Full Screen mode. Use the View tab of the Tools | Options... dialog.

 

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Selecting File | New displays the list of supported file formats in Atlantis. Click your choice of document type and Atlantis will create the appropriate new document. Click here for details...

 

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You can specify the various document templates to be used for the creation of new documents. Choose
New | Formats and Templates... in the File menu. Click here for details...

 

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You can quickly create a new document with the document template of your choice. Choose
New | Create From Template... from the File menu, then make your selection of document template.

 

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Switching among open documents can be a breeze if you have the Document Bar on. Clicking on a tab activates the corresponding document.
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You can quickly close a document by dragging its tab outside the Document Bar.

 

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You can reorder the Document Bar buttons with
Drag & Drop.

 

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You can quickly reopen a document from the Recent Documents list. Simply select File | Recent Documents and click the target document in the list. Click here for details...

 

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The active document can be saved as a document template. It will then be available as any other template to create new documents. Simply choose
File | Save Special | Save As Template...
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You can quickly show the Page Settings dialog if you double-click the empty margin on either side of the document rulers, or the background area behind the document pages.

 

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You can quickly print a selection from the active document. Press the Ctrl+P keys to bring up the Print window, check the Selection radio button and print.

 

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The clipboard contents are pasted as plain unformatted text if you press the Ctrl+Alt+Ins keys. The clipboard text is automatically stripped of all formatting and inserted at the current cursor position.

 

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Ctrl+Backspace deletes the word found before the current cursor position.

 

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Ctrl+Del deletes the word found after the current cursor position.

 

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Ctrl+K, Y deletes the current line of text.

 

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Ctrl+K, Backspace deletes all text from the current cursor position to the beginning of the line.

 

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Ctrl+K, Del deletes all text from the current cursor position to the end of the line.

 

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Ctrl+Left moves the cursor to the beginning of the previous word.

 

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Ctrl+Right moves the cursor to the beginning of the next word.

 

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Ctrl+Up moves the cursor to the beginning of the previous paragraph.

 

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Ctrl+Down moves the cursor to the beginning of the next paragraph.

 

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Ctrl+PgUp moves the cursor to the beginning of the previous page.

 

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Ctrl+PgDn moves the cursor to the beginning of the next page.

 

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Ctrl+Home moves the cursor to the beginning of the document.

 

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Ctrl+End moves the cursor to the end of the document.

 

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Alt+5 (Numpad) centers the contents of the document window.
Note that the Num Lock key must be toggled off.

 

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You can quickly grow or shrink zooming by 10% with the mouse wheel. Simply hold down the Ctrl key and scroll the mouse. Click here for details...

 

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You can quickly scroll the document window one page up or down with the mouse wheel. Simply hold down the Shift key and scroll the mouse in either direction. Click here for details...

 

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You can quickly move the cursor to the position where you last made a change in the document by pressing the F5 key.

 

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You can quickly select a line of text if you aim at it from the left margin with the mouse pointer, and click.

 

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You can select a sentence in a flash by holding down the Ctrl key and giving the sentence a left click.

 

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Ctrl+K, P selects the current paragraph.

 

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You can quickly select a paragraph by double-clicking its left margin or triple-clicking any word of that paragraph.

 

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Ctrl+K, G selects the current page.

 

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You can quickly select a whole document by
triple-clicking its left margin.

 

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You can quickly append copy of a document selection to the Atlantis Clippy Bank by pressing the Ctrl+F8 keys. Clipped items are kept in safe storage for later use.
Press the F8 key to view your Atlantis Clippy Bank.

 

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You can quickly cut a document selection to the Atlantis Clippy Bank by pressing the Shift+Alt+F8 keys. Clipped items are kept in safe storage for later use.
Press the F8 key to view your Atlantis Clippy Bank.

 

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You can join a selection of paragraphs together by pressing the Ctrl+Shift+U keys.

 

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You can quickly split a selection of paragraphs. Simply press the Ctrl+Shift+K, U keys. A paragraph end mark is placed at the end of each line of text.

 

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You can quickly sort a selection of paragraphs in ascending alphabetical order by pressing the Ctrl+Shift+K, A keys. To sort in descending alphabetical order, press the Ctrl+Shift+K, Z keys. When Atlantis sorts paragraphs, it automatically detects and selects duplicate items. When duplicate items are selected, they are easily deleted by pressing Del.

 

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You can quickly duplicate a selection of text or picture by pressing the Ctrl+K, C keys. The duplicate item is automatically inserted next to the source selection.

 

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You can quickly save a selection of text to a file.
Simply press the Ctrl+Shift+F12 keys.

 

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You can quickly save a selected picture to a graphic file. Simply press the Ctrl+Shift+Alt+F12 keys.

 

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You can toggle on/off the display of special symbols in the document window. Press the Ctrl+Shift+8 keys.

 

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Shift+Alt+D inserts the current date.

 

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Shift+Alt+T inserts the current time.

 

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The contents of another document can be inserted in the active document. Choose Insert | File..., then select one or multiple documents to insert.

 

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Ctrl+[ shrinks the font size of a selection by one point.

 

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Ctrl+] grows the font size of a selection by one point.

 

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Ctrl+Alt+Left Arrow reduces inter-character spacing within a selection (compresses text).

 

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Ctrl+Alt+Right Arrow enlarges inter-character spacing within a selection (expands text).

 

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Ctrl+Alt+Up Arrow offsets the current selection of text up.

 

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Ctrl+Alt+Down Arrow offsets the current selection of text down.

 

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Text characters meant to print black on paper should be formatted with the Auto color. Text formatted with the Auto color will edit and print easily, regardless of the current screen color settings of Windows or Atlantis.

 

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You can change the line spacing of a selection of paragraphs by pressing the following keys:

  Ctrl+1 - single spacing,
  Ctrl+5 - 1.5 lines,
  Ctrl+2 - double spacing.

 

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You can quickly add or remove additional spacing before a selection of paragraphs by pressing
the Ctrl+0 (zero) keys.

 

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You can quickly enlarge or reduce the left indent of a selection of paragraphs. Press the Ctrl+M keys or the Ctrl+Shift+M keys respectively.

 

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You can quickly enlarge or reduce the first line indent of a selection of paragraphs. Press the Ctrl+T keys or the Ctrl+Shift+T keys respectively.

 

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Shift+F3 converts a selection of text to uppercase.

 

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Ctrl+F3 converts a selection of text to lowercase.

 

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For information about word count, line count, sentence count, etc., of a selection or of a whole document, choose Tools | Word Count... Or double-click the Word Count area on the status bar.

 

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You can associate Atlantis with document types, e.g. with TXT files. Choose Tools | File Associations...
You can then specify which file extensions you want associated with Atlantis.

 

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You can use different measurement units in Atlantis.
To choose a measurement system, go to
Tools | Options..., then click the General tab.

 

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If the Save cursor position option is on, Atlantis will memorize the current cursor position in any document being saved. As you reopen that document, Atlantis will move the cursor to the memorized position. To set this option, choose Tools | Options..., then click the Load / Save tab. Check the appropriate box.

 

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You can save the active document to a ZIP file. Choose the File | Save Special | Save As Zip... menu command. To save all open documents to a ZIP file, choose the File | Save Special | Save All As Zip... menu command.

 

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If the Reload open documents on startup option is on, all currently open documents are memorized by Atlantis, and will be reopened next time you launch Atlantis. Choose Tools | Options..., then click
the Load / Save tab to toggle this option.

 

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You can drag and drop text, pictures, and links from other applications and insert them in the Atlantis document window. Click here for details...

 

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You can specify the MS Word DOC format as the default document format for your Atlantis documents. For this choose the File | New | Formats & Templates... menu command, then choose the desired DOC format from the Default format for new documents box.

 

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You can specify your own sounds for the different events of Atlantis. Simply launch the Tools | Sounds... menu command, click on the desired event, then use the rightmost Browse... button to choose the associated WAV file.

 

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When the current paragraph is formatted with bullets, you can start a new paragraph not formatted with bullets if you place the cursor at the end of the current paragraph, and press Enter twice.

 

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You can quickly convert any of your Atlantis documents to the HTML format. Use the File | Save Special | Save As Web Page... menu command.
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You can use the Edit | Go To... menu command, or press the Ctrl+G keys, or double-click any of the 2 leftmost status bar sections to call the Go To dialog. This dialog can be used to quickly move the cursor to the desired line, paragraph, page, section, or bookmark.

 

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When the Clipbord History option is checked on the Edit tab of the Tools | Options... dialog, the drop-down menu of the Paste toolbar button collects all the items that are placed on the Windows clipboard. Use this menu to quickly paste items into your documents.

 

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Ctrl+/ (Numpad) takes you to the previous bookmark, Ctrl+* (Numpad) to the next bookmark.

 

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Atlantis can automatically generate a Table Of Contents for your document. Use the Insert | Table Of Contents... menu command. Or press the corresponding toolbar button:

 

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In Atlantis, each font face can have its own custom hot key (use the Tools | Hot Keys... dialog). The font face can then be applied to any document selection directly from the keyboard.

 

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In Atlantis, individual font sizes can have their own custom hot keys (use the Tools | Hot Keys... dialog). The font sizes can then be applied to any document selection directly from the keyboard.

 

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In Atlantis, individual font colors can have their own custom hot keys (use the Tools | Hot Keys... dialog). The font colors can then be applied to any document selection directly from the keyboard.

 

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You can edit the list of predefined font sizes offered on the Atlantis toolbars. Click the Font Sizes... button on the General tab of the Tools | Options... dialog.

 

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When Extract file name from document is activated on the Load / Save tab of the
Tools | Options... dialog, the first sentence of any newly created document will be used as a suggested filename when you save it for the first time.

 

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When you drag an item with the mouse, and you bring it over an Atlantis Document Bar button, the corresponding document window is automatically activated if you don't release the mouse button and hold the mouse pointer over the button for about a second. When the document window is activated, the item can be dragged to its destination.

 

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A double-click on the first two sections of the Atlantis status bar displays the Go To dialog. Use it for quick navigation to any specific Page, Section, Paragraph, Bookmark, Footnote or Endnote.

 

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The Font drop-down on the toolbars normally displays the font name of the currently highlighted font face in the corresponding preview. But it will display a preview of the current document selection if there is any.

 

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You can reorder the structure of the active document using Drag & Drop in the Headings panel of the Atlantis Control Board. Dragging the panel items up or down automatically moves the corresponding headings and their associated text up or down the document itself. Dragging in a horizontal direction promotes or demotes the corresponding heading(s) in the active document.

 

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Clip Library items can be inserted directly from the keyboard As-You-Type. Click here for details...

 

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You can get the spellchecker suggestions from
the keyboard. Click here for details...

 

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You can instruct Atlantis not to spellcheck a particular fragment of your document. Click here for details...

 

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You can save any Atlantis document as PDF.
Click here for details...

 

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You can save any Atlantis document as PDF.
Click here for details...

 

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You can exclude words from the Atlantis spellchecker lexicons. Click here for details...

 

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Atlantis can display your writing time & speed on the status bar. Click here for details...

 

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Atlantis can display your writing time & speed on the status bar. Click here for details...

 

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Atlantis can convert any document to an eBook.
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Atlantis can convert any document to an eBook.
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Atlantis can convert any document to an eBook.
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Atlantis can convert any document to an eBook.
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Atlantis can convert any document to an eBook.
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Atlantis can convert any document to an eBook.
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You can make changes to any eBook in the EPUB format with the free tweak_epub utility.
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You can make changes to any eBook in the EPUB format with the free tweak_epub utility.
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You can make changes to any eBook in the EPUB format with the free tweak_epub utility.
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You can make changes to any eBook in the EPUB format with the free tweak_epub utility.
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You can make changes to any eBook in the EPUB format with the free tweak_epub utility.
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You can make changes to any eBook in the EPUB format with the free tweak_epub utility.
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You can make changes to any eBook in the EPUB format with the free tweak_epub utility.
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You can make changes to any eBook in the EPUB format with the free tweak_epub utility.
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You can make changes to any eBook in the EPUB format with the free tweak_epub utility.
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You can perform a number of familiar actions in Atlantis through the keyboard.
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You can perform a number of familiar actions in Atlantis through the keyboard.
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You can perform a number of familiar actions in Atlantis through the keyboard.
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You can perform a number of familiar actions in Atlantis through the keyboard.
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You can move text in your Atlantis document with a key press.
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Follow us on Facebook & Twitter for the latest news on Atlantis, tutorials, productivity tips, announcements, useful links, plus information about the current events of the project, and just stories about Atlantis Word Processor.

 

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Follow us on Facebook & Twitter for the latest news on Atlantis, tutorials, productivity tips, announcements, useful links, plus information about the current events of the project, and just stories about Atlantis Word Processor.

 

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Follow us on Facebook & Twitter for the latest news on Atlantis, tutorials, productivity tips, announcements, useful links, plus information about the current events of the project, and just stories about Atlantis Word Processor.

 

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As a handy tool designed to manage crucial passwords securely, ImagiPass will help you encrypt documents with long reliable passwords. Click here for details...

 

  Did you know that ...

As a handy tool designed to manage crucial passwords securely, ImagiPass will help you encrypt documents with long reliable passwords. Click here for details...

 

  Did you know that ...

As a handy tool designed to manage crucial passwords securely, ImagiPass will help you encrypt documents with long reliable passwords. Click here for details...