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Forgotten Realms: Interactive Atlas was designed for players of the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons pen and paper adventures. Featured on the disc are over 700 maps in Campaign Cartographer 2's vector format. While many of the maps have never before been released, those that have are now updated and contain more data with such details as furniture and traps. The atlas covers the entire planet of Abeir-Toril where cities, dungeons, and anything else found throughout the land can be viewed.
Users can view complete continents or zoom in to investigate the smallest of details. Buildings contain floor plans of each floor. Floor plans are complete with doors, windows, and every piece of furniture. For those Dungeon Masters who have created their own campaigns, maps can be altered slightly by adding text to them or removing individual layers.
When viewing maps a number of options are available. Along with the ability to zoom in and out, views can be saved, searches can be performed, maps can be bookmarked, and any screen can be printed. Printing options include: fit to page, scale factor, map orientation, print everything black, and print white as black. Maps can also be printed on more than one page and then pieced together. Users select the number of horizontal pages, number of vertical pages, and overlap percentage. ~ Jonathan Sutyak, All Game Guide