You can use Office Help to assist you when you run into a problem or need more information about how to complete a particular task.
The Help window offers tools that enable you to search for topics that you want to learn more about. For example, if you want to learn how to print an Office document, you can type Print in the Help window to locate articles on that topic. Alternatively, you can browse for articles by category. If you are connected to the Internet, you can access Microsoft’s online help files for even more comprehensive information.
- Click the Help button.
The Help window opens.
- Type a word or phrase that you want to learn more about.
- Click the Search button.
You can also press Enter to start the search.
The results window displays a list of possible matches.
- Click a link to learn more about a topic.
The Help window displays the article, enabling you to read more about the topic.
A You can use the Back and Forward buttons to move back and forth between help topics.
B You can click the Print button to print the information.
- Click to close the window.
You can access the help files that are installed with Office if you are offline. However, the online resources offer you more help topics, as well as links to demos and other help tools.
To display a table of contents for the help files for the Office program that you are using, click the Home button on the Help window’s toolbar. Click a help category to display subtopics of help information. Click an article to view more about a topic. Many articles include links to related articles.