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Chapter 1. An Overview of Office 2003 > Online Help for Expert Users

Online Help for Expert Users

With every version of Office, it seems, Microsoft throws out the previous Help system and builds a new one from scratch. Office 2003 is no exception. As in previous versions, each Office program includes detailed help content for Office users at any level, regardless of technical sophistication or experience. If you have an always-on Internet connection, Office 2003 automatically updates the local Help files and supplements their content with articles, training courses, templates, downloads, and links to Office newsgroups.


The jumping-off point for all these disparate types of content is the Help task pane, which replaces the old-style Help window. To open this pane, click the Help button on the standard toolbar, press F1, or click the arrow to the right of the task pane title bar and choose Help from the drop-down list. As Figure 1.8 illustrates, the Help task pane is divided into three sections.


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