Atlantis Word Processor is a stand-alone word processor for Microsoft Windows. It used to be known as "Atlantis Ocean Mind".


Atlantis offers many features standard in other word processors. But it lacks some important features like collaboration.[1] It also does not support text wrapping around pictures. The present version of Atlantis Word Processor is not suitable for creating complex scientific documents with mathematical formulae and embedded objects.

On the other hand, Atlantis Word Processor has a number of features popular among writers. The Overused Words feature[2] helps writers avoid repetitions and clichés. The "Save as eBook" feature converts any document to an eBook.[3] Atlantis also provides writers with information about writing time and speed. Finally, Atlantis can be used to print booklets (including pocket-size booklets).

Atlantis Word Processor is portable and can be installed on USB flash drives.[4]

Supported file formats

For both reading and writing:

For reading:

For writing:

Atlantis Word Processor also has its proprietary document format (COD) for encrypted documents.

Product status

Atlantis Word Processor is distributed as shareware.

There is also a free version of Atlantis Word Processor with fewer features called Atlantis Nova.[5] It does not have some features the full version of Atlantis has; for example, the program does not include a built-in spellchecker.

Beginning with Atlantis Word Processor version, support for Windows 9x (95, 98, ME) and Windows NT4 is stopped.

See also


  1. ^ "CNET editors' review of Atlantis Word Processor". CNet. Retrieved 2009-08-31. Great for formatting but not for collaborating, this word processor program offers plenty of features for the budding wordsmith. 
  2. ^ "Editorial Review of Atlantis Word Processor". PC World. Retrieved 2009-08-29. This word processor seems ideally suited for writers and students, with all the editing and formatting tools you'd expect, plus useful features like Overused Words, which can help improve your writing. 
  3. ^ "EPUB Resources and Guides". O'Reilly Labs. 2009-03-11. Retrieved 2009-08-29. The Atlantis Word Processor can save documents as EPUB. 
  4. ^ "Dr. File Finder's Picks: Review of Atlantis Word Processor". Tucows. 2008-04-17. Retrieved 2009-08-29. Another cool feature is that the Atlantis Word Processor can go portable! I installed it to my Sandisk USB drive with all my other portable applications and it worked perfectly. 
  5. ^ "Editorial Review of Atlantis Nova". PC World. 2008-02-05. Archived from the original on 3 October 2009. Retrieved 2009-08-31. It provides the 10 percent of the word processing features that most people need to get 90 percent of their work done. 

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