Atlantis

Atlantis 2.0

A small but efficient word processor

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Multilevel tables of contents are now supported in eBooks. Previously, Atlantis included only "Heading 1" paragraphs in the Table Of Contents that it saved to EPUB files. All Heading-style paragraphs from the source documents are now included so that the EPUB Tables Of Contents display as a multilevel hierarchy whenever applicable. Manual page breaks in a source document are now correctly saved to eBooks. Support for "very long" topics in eBooks has been added. Some eBook readers are unable to display eBooks with very long topics. Atlantis now automatically splits overlong topics into multiple XHTML files within the EPUB package. Characters from so called "symbol fonts" (Symbol, Webdings, Wingdings, etc) are now saved by Atlantis to EPUBs as graphic files. In this way these characters display correctly on any eBook reader. Atlantis now "remembers" the so called metadata (basic information about a book: Book Title, Author, Identifier, etc) entered for each document when you save it as eBook. If you decide to resave your document as eBook, Atlantis will automatically suggest the last used metadata. More fields (Publisher, Coverage, Rights, Price, Publication Date) have been added to the "Save as eBook" dialog of Atlantis:

Changes

  • Multilevel tables of contents are now supported in eBooks. Previously, Atlantis included only "Heading 1" paragraphs in the Table Of Contents that it saved to EPUB files. All Heading-style paragraphs from the source documents are now included so that the EPUB Tables Of Contents display as a multilevel hierarchy whenever applicable. Manual page breaks in a source document are now correctly saved to eBooks. Support for "very long" topics in eBooks has been added. Some eBook readers are unable to display eBooks with very long topics. Atlantis now automatically splits overlong topics into multiple XHTML files within the EPUB package. Characters from so called "symbol fonts" (Symbol, Webdings, Wingdings, etc) are now saved by Atlantis to EPUBs as graphic files. In this way these characters display correctly on any eBook reader. Atlantis now "remembers" the so called metadata (basic information about a book: Book Title, Author, Identifier, etc) entered for each document when you save it as eBook. If you decide to resave your document as eBook, Atlantis will automatically suggest the last used metadata. More fields (Publisher, Coverage, Rights, Price, Publication Date) have been added to the "Save as eBook" dialog of Atlantis:

Compact, fast-loading, but still powerful and efficient word processor.

Atlantis is an innovative, no-nonsense word processor carefully designed with the end-user in mind. Compact, fast-loading, but still powerful and efficient, Atlantis will be the perfect companion for a wide range of your word processing tasks, - from simple to most complex. It does not matter if you are a novice or a power user, Atlantis has the tools you will ever need to compose highly professional documents.

It allows to convert any document into an eBook. All eBooks created in Atlantis can be viewed on your PC in any eBook reader running under Windows. Alternatively, these eBooks can be viewed online in the eBook readers available on the Web. And of course, they can be viewed on any portable device supporting eBooks in the EPUB format. You can create eBooks in Atlantis for personal use. But you can also upload your eBooks to various Web libraries to share with the community. You can also sell you

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