Atlantis Main Window
The below picture shows the major components of the main window of Atlantis:
The Title bar displays the program name and the filename of the active document. It also includes a set of buttons allowing to minimize, restore/maximize, and close the main window of Atlantis.
Most commands and features of Atlantis can be accessed through the main menu. By clicking an item from the menu, you can perform the corresponding command. The main menu is customizable.
Toolbars are an alternative way to access commands and features of Atlantis. By clicking toolbar buttons, you can perform various actions.
The Control Board is a set of panels each of which deals with one specific characteristic of the active document. You have separate overviews of the document Headings, Bookmarks, Sections, Styles, and Lists. Also the Control Board includes the Format Palette and Clip Library as separate panels.
Rulers display information about page margins, paragraph indents, tab stops, etc.
The document window is where the contents of the associated document can be viewed and edited. In the document window you can type text, select document fragments, and performs various actions on the document contents.
Document Bar works similarly to the Windows Taskbar. Each button of the Document Bar corresponds to a document currently open in Atlantis. Use the Document Bar to switch among open documents.
Status bar displays various information about the active document. Most of its sections can be double-clicked and right-clicked to perform actions associated with this section.
Use scrollbars to bring another portion of the document window into view. The document window can be also scrolled with the cursor keys, the mouse wheel, and the Easy Hand tool.
Use the View commands of the main menu to show or hide components of the Atlantis main window.
You can quickly hide most components of the Atlantis main window by right-clicking them, and choosing the Hide menu command.