Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Getting Help in Word 2010
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Figure 2-22 You can find specific information related to the tasks you want to accomplish
with Word.
On the Info tab, you can click the Help tab to display a variety of different links that can
assist you in learning more about Word and getting software support (see Figure 2-23). At
the top of the Support column in the center of the Backstage view, you see the Microsoft
Office Help selection. Clicking this link displays the Word Help dialog box shown in Figure
2-20. The Getting Started selection takes you online to a page that provides a number of
articles covering the basics in Word.
If you have specific questions that you haven’t been able to answer using Microsoft Office
Help or the Getting Started articles, you can click Contact Us to enter your question in
Microsoft support. You can find answers to common problems here and access product
centers with more information about specific techniques in the different Office 2010
programs.
In the Tools For Working With Office group, you can change your preferences for the way
Word operates by clicking the Options link on the Help tab. Clicking this item displays the
Word Options dialog box (something you can also do using the Options selection at the
bottom of the Backstage tabs column). Finally, choosing Check For Updates takes you to
the Microsoft Update page, which enables you to search for the latest updates for your
version of Office 2010 and downloads any new changes (with your permission, of course)
to your computer.
 
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