In a lot of ways, Office 2007 is easier to work with than its predecessors—after you get the hang of it. (And after you’ve had a chance to read this book, of course.) But sooner or later, you’re going to run into a snag and need some help—and getting that help is what this appendix is all about.
Help with Office starts right there in the programs’ windows and extends into the far reaches of the Internet. There are descriptive screen tips that pop up when you mouse over the item in question, help screens stored on your computer and on Microsoft’s Web site, and a vast community of Office experts on message boards and Web sites. This appendix helps you explore all your help options.