Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Getting Help
About getting help while you work Help window
Figure 19
Help window with
selected topic
Search Results task pane
keywords
click topic to open
Help window
Help topics related
to keywords
Trouble? If your search results list differs from the one shown in Figure 19, your computer
is not connected to the Internet or Microsoft has updated the list of available Help topics
since this book was published. Continue with Step 6.
Trouble? If the Word program window and the Help window do not appear side by
side, then you need to tile the windows. Click the Auto Tile button on the toolbar in the
Help window.
6. Click Microsoft Office Online in the right pane to display information about that topic.
Read the information.
7. Click the other links about this feature and read the information.
8. When you’re done, click the Close button
on the Help window title bar to close the Help
window. The task pane remains open.
If your computer has a connection to the Internet, you can get more help information
from Microsoft Office Online.
Using Microsoft Office Online
Microsoft Office Online is a Web site maintained by Microsoft that provides access
to additional Help resources. For example, you can access current Help topics, read
how-to articles, and find tips for using Office. You can search all or part of a site to find
 
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