Microsoft provides extensive help documentation via the HELP menu. Using HELP is an excellent way to get information quickly about Visual Studio, Visual C# and more.
Visual Studio provides context-sensitive help pertaining to the “current content” (that is, the items around the location of the mouse cursor). To use context-sensitive help, click an item, then press the F1 key. The help documentation is displayed in a web browser window. To return to the IDE, either close the browser window or select the IDE’s icon in your Windows task bar. Figure 2.19 shows the help page for a
Form’s Text property. You can view this help by selecting the
Form, clicking its Text property in the Properties window and pressing ...