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None of these formerly successful encyclopedias remained in print for long after being merged into Encarta. Microsoft introduced several regional versions of Encarta translated into languages other than English.

For example, the Brazilian Portuguese version was introduced in and suspended in Move to the web[ edit ] In , the full Encarta content became available on the World Wide Web to subscribers, with a subset available for free to anyone. The premium editions contained over 62, articles and other multimedia content, such as 25, pictures and illustrations, over videos and animations, and an interactive atlas with 1.

Its articles were integrated with multimedia content and could include links to websites selected by its editors.

Like most multimedia encyclopedias, Encarta's articles tended to provide an overview of the subject rather than an exhaustive coverage and can only be viewed one at a time.

A sidebar could display alternative views, essays , journals or original materials relevant to the topic. For example, when reading about computers , it featured annals since of the computer industry. Encarta also supported closed captioning for the hearing impaired. A separate program, called Encarta Research Organizer was included in early versions for gathering and organizing information and constructing a Word document-based report.

Later versions included Encarta Researcher, a browser plugin to organize information from Encarta articles and web pages into research projects. Content copied from Encarta was appended with a copyright boilerplate message after the selection. The user interface allowed for viewing content with only images, videos, sounds, animations, degree views, virtual tours, charts and tables or only interactives. Microsoft had a separate product known as Encarta Africana which was an encyclopedia of black history and culture.

It was integrated into the standard Encarta Reference suite starting with the version. Version also introduced the ability to install the entire encyclopedia locally to the hard disk drive to prevent frequent swapping of discs.

Encarta incorporated literature guides and book summaries, foreign language translation dictionaries, a Homework Center and Chart Maker. Encarta's Visual Browser, available since the version, presented a user with a list of related topics making them more discoverable. A collection of 32 Discovery Channel videos were also later added. Encarta introduced another program called Encarta Kids aimed at children to make learning fun.

There was also a "Geography Quiz" and several other games and quizzes, some quizzes also in Encarta Kids. For years, Encarta came in three primary software editions: Standard, Premium, and Reference Library price and features in that order. Beginning with Encarta , however, when Websters Multimedia took over its maintenance, Encarta became a feature of Microsoft Student.

Although it was possible to purchase only the Encarta encyclopedia separately, Microsoft Student bundles together Encarta Premium with Microsoft Math a graphing-calculator program and Learning Essentials, which provides templates for Microsoft Office. In addition, the Reference Library was discontinued, absorbed into a newer, more comprehensive Premium package. Encarta's user interface was shared with Microsoft Student, and was streamlined to reduce clutter with only a Search box which returned relevant results; however it became no longer possible to simply browse all the encyclopedia articles alphabetically.

World Atlas[ edit ] The dynamic maps were generated with the same engine that powered Microsoft MapPoint software. The map was a virtual globe that one could freely rotate and magnify to any location down to major streets for big cities. The globe had multiple surfaces displaying political boundaries, physical landmarks, historical maps and statistical information.

One could selectively display statistical values on the globe surface or in a tabular form, different sized cities, various geological or man-made features and reference lines in a map. The maps contained hyperlinks to related articles "Map Trek" and also supported a "Dynamic Sensor" that provides the latitude , longitude , place name , population and local time for any point on the globe. Encarta also generated a visible-light moon atlas with names of major craters and hyperlinks.

However, it did not include a planetarium , but instead had a small interactive constellation -only map. In addition to database generated maps, many other illustrative maps in Encarta "Historical Maps" were drawn by artists. Some more advanced maps were interactive: Print versions of Encarta dictionaries have also been published, including:

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None of these formerly successful encyclopedias remained in print for long after being merged into Encarta. Microsoft introduced several regional versions of Encarta translated into languages other than English. For example, the Brazilian Portuguese version was introduced in and suspended in Move to the web[ edit ] In , the full Encarta content became available on the World Wide Web to subscribers, with a subset available for free to anyone. The premium editions contained over 62, articles and other multimedia content, such as 25, pictures and illustrations, over videos and animations, and an interactive atlas with 1. Its articles were integrated with multimedia content and could include links to websites selected by its editors.

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