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Chapter 1. Getting Started with Outlook > Getting Help While You Work

Getting Help While You Work

At some point, everyone has a question or two about the program they are using. The Outlook online Help system provides the answers you need. You can search an extensive catalog of Help topics using a table of contents to locate specific information, or you can get context sensitive help in a dialog box. Outlook makes finding help easy and fast. If you have a question, you can type that question in "plain English" in the Type A Question For Help box located on the Standard toolbar. After you type a question or keyword, press Enter and the Search Results task pane displays a list of Help topics from which you can select the one that most closely relates to your question.

Get Help Without the Office Assistant

Click the Help button on the Standard toolbar.

Locate the Help topic you want.

  • Type one or more keywords in the Search For box, and then click the Start Searching button.

  • Click Table Of Contents, and then click a topic.

The topic you want appears in the right pane.

Read the topic, and then click any hyperlinks to get information on related topics or definitions.

When you are done, click the Close button.

Click the Close button on the task pane.


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