Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Microsoft Office and Windows Help
Using Ofi ce Help
Once an Ofi ce program’s Help window is open, several methods exist for
navigating Help. You can search for help by using any of the three following methods
from the Help window:
1. Enter search text in the ‘Type words to search for’ text box
2. Click the links in the Help window
3. Use the Table of Contents
To Obtain Help Using the ‘Type words to search for’ Text Box
Assume for the following example that you want to know more about the Backstage view. The following steps
use the ‘Type words to search for’ text box to obtain useful information about the Backstage view by entering the
word, Backstage, as search text.
Stop
button
Refresh
button
Print
button
Back
button
Forward
button
Change Font
Size button
1
Backstage in the ‘Type
words to search for’ text box at the
top of the Word Help window to
enter the search text.
Type
Show/Hide Table of
Contents button
Not On Top/
Keep On Top
button
Click the Search button arrow
Search button
arrow
to display the Search menu
(Figure 95).
search text
entered in
text box
Home
button
Word on the Search menu, so that
Help performs the most complete
search of the current program
(Word, in this case). If All Word
already is selected, click the Search
button arrow again to close the
Search menu.
If it is not selected already, click All
Search menu
All Word command
selected
Figure 95
Why select All Word on the Search menu?
Selecting All Word on the Search menu ensures that Word Help will search all possible
sources for information about your search term. It will produce the most complete search
results.
 
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