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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Word 2003 by Bill Camarda

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Getting Help

Word provides extensive online help, easily accessible through the Type a Question for Help box and the Help task pane. These tools bring together Help resources that were placed on your hard disk when you installed Word, as well as Help resources at Microsoft Office Online, part of Microsoft's Web site. In the following sections, you'll learn how to make the most of both sets of resources.

Help from the Type a Question for Help Box

The easiest way to get help is to type a question in the Type a Question for Help box on the right edge of the menu bar. After you type the question, press Enter; Word displays the Search Results task pane, listing pages that may contain the answer (see Figure 2.36). If you are connected to the Internet, ...

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