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Office 2013 For Dummies by Wallace Wang

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Chapter 4

Getting Help from Office 2013

In This Chapter

arrow Opening and browsing the Help window

arrow Searching the Help window

arrow Changing the appearance of the Help window

Microsoft always tries to make each new version of Microsoft Office easier to use than the previous version. Yet it’s likely that you’ll still have questions about using the features buried in one of the many Office programs.

To answer any questions, Office 2013 provides a Help system, which lets you browse through different help topics until you (hopefully) find the answer you need. There are two ways to use the Help system:

check.png Browse through the various topics displayed until you find the answer you want. This can take time to search but can also show you related help that you may find useful.

check.png Type a query such as Page margins or Font size. The Help system will then display all topics related to your query. This can be a fast way to search for help, but if you don’t type the right terms that the Help system recognizes, this ...

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