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9.4: Getting Help

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    All Microsoft Office Product has a robust help menu. Usually, its location is the furthest right ribbon tab. There are a lightbulb and textbox you can enter text clipboard_e7edeb08baa991170069a13161eda144c.png that allows the user to type in what they want to do or know about. Using artificial intelligence, the Office can locate and often perform the command requested. When you do not know how to perform a command in Office, use the help box.

    In addition, by hovering your mouse cursor over different screen elements, such as the ribbon, a ScreenTip will often display; explaining the specific feature or purchase for the element.


    9.4: Getting Help is shared under a CC BY license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Nick Heisserer.

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