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Chapter 36. Developing a Help File > Looking At Help from a User's Perspective

Looking At Help from a User's Perspective

Before you venture into the process of creating a custom Help file, it is important that you become familiar with the basics of working with Windows 95 Help. This provides you with a context in which to develop your own Help files. Your own Help files should provide your users with the same look and feel as the Help files included with Access, Word, Excel, and the other standard products with which your users already are familiar.

Figure 36.1 shows the Access Help dialog box. Notice the Contents, Index, and Find tabs. These tabs are standard for many Windows applications. Each tab of the Help dialog box provides users with a different interface for obtaining the help they need. There is also a new Office Assistant.


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