Choosing an item from an application's Help menu
Clicking the Help button in a dialog box
Opening the Help Manager to browse all the available help
For more information on using help, refer to Chapter 3, Getting Help .
The quickest and easiest way to get help is to press the F1 key. When you press F1, the application you are using displays the help topic most closely related to your current activity.
Some keyboards have a dedicated Help key that may take the place of the F1 key.
Overview - Displays introductory information about the application
Tasks - Displays instructions for using the application
Table of Contents - Displays a standard Table of Contents for the help volume
Reference - Displays summary information about application components
On Item - Changes the pointer to a question mark--click the question mark pointer on an item to display its description
Using Help - Displays information about using Help
About - Displays version and copyright information about the application (in this case, Text Editor)
To learn more about using help windows, choose Using Help from an application's Help menu. Or, you can press F1 while using a Help window.
The Help Manager lists all the online help volumes installed on your system.