Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Finding Help and Support Options
For more information on how to configure AutoRecover and why it can help you breathe a
sigh of relief, see “Backup and Recovery Options” on page 103. For details on how to
configure OneNote’s automated backup options, see “Backing Up and Recovering Notebooks” on
page 543.
Finally, every program has an Advanced tab in its Options dialog box. There, you’ll find a
mix of essential and esoteric settings, most of them specific to the current program. We
discuss these options in more detail in the chapters dedicated to each program.
Finding Help and Support Options
All the programs in Office provide multiple opportunities for you to find help and reference
information. The Microsoft Office Help viewer is available at any time with a press of the F1
key or a click of the blue circle with a white question mark, found in the top right corner of
the ribbon.
Unlike in most Windows programs, the Help system in Office 2010 assumes by default that
you have an always-on connection to the Internet, which ensures that you receive up-to-
date assistance. Although you can treat Office Help like a book and read it from cover to
cover (figuratively speaking), it’s most useful if you navigate to the place in the program
where you need assistance and then press F1. If you do that from the Visual Basic for
Applications (VBA) Editor in Word, for example, the Help viewer displays Word VBA Help and
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