Getting Help

Windows 95, its accessories, and most Windows applications offer extensive Help screens to help you find information on procedures, commands, techniques, and terms. Many applications even include numbered lists of steps in Help to guide you through complex procedures. The tools in Windows Help enable you to search for topics, print Help information, annotate the Help screens with your own notes, and copy information from the Help screens to the Clipboard for use in other applications.

When you install Internet Explorer 4.0, it adds its own Help system, which uses a different interface. Although there are similarities in the look and feel of the two Help systems, the IE4 version is notable for its use of HTML-based pages and links. ...

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