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Chapter 3. Help! > Getting More Help on the Web

Getting More Help on the Web

Several Web sites are devoted to Microsoft Office. I’ve already mentioned the Office site at http://office.microsoft.com, which provides direct access to lots of resources for Microsoft Office.

If you need to research a problem you’re having or want more information about a particular feature, you can search Microsoft’s Product Support Services site for more information. In this case, you point your Web browser to http://support.microsoft.com. The Support site includes a Product Support Centers section that offers links to support areas for specific applications, including Office. For a more general approach, you can click the Search the Knowledge Base link, which opens a Search the Knowledge Base page (see Figure 3.16). You can use this page to perform keyword searches for specific applications and operating systems.

Figure 3.16. You can search Microsoft’s Knowledge Base for technical information about Office and its individual applications.


Another site to which I am partial is The Office Letter. I regularly contribute to the tips section of the site. You can find the site at www.officeletter.com (see Figure 3.17).

Figure 3.17. You can look for helpful Office tips on the Web site The Office Letter.


For broader searches on other technology issues, and to find more information about using Microsoft Office, you can check out the sites www.informit.com and www.techrepublic.com. Each of these sites offers an excellent range of information on a variety of operating systems and applications, including Office.

Tip

For tips on using Windows and links to other books on a variety of topics, see my Web site, at www.boyce.us.


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