With Microsoft Support learn to use computer’s built-in help feature

by Jerry Wayne Tech Manager

There are times when everyone needs to take help. Fortunately, whenever you wish to take help with a computer program, it is very easy to find. Microsoft designed most of the programs in such a way that there is a help feature somewhere in the program. But, learning how to use them makes a big difference. However, by taking step-wise guidance from Microsoft Support experts, you can be familiar with the ways to use these help feature. You may not find everything that you need, but your computer’s built-in help is a great place to start what you are looking for.

Different programs amalgamate help features in various ways. Some are like interactive manuals included within the program, which you can open with a menu. Others are just links to the support website of developers. Although they’re always intended with the same thing in mind, to solve problems by your own and to help you learn the features of the program.

How to access built-in help in a computer program?

Most programs have one of two methods to access built-in help.

·         For example, Adobe Photoshop elements have a Help menu with various options. Such as some of these options open Adobe’s support page within your web browser. Some have accessibility features within the program itself.

·         Most of the programs have a help button that is usually at the top-right corner of the Window. For instance, Microsoft office has a small question mark icon on the top-right corner of the screen that opens the help file.

Characteristics of a help file

Help files can be organized in different ways, including as FAQ, a table of contents, or searchable database.

When you open the help screen in Office 2013 a search box is all you’ll see. Much like any search engine, you type keywords in the search bar, and then it will display topics relevant to the keywords.

However, in Mozilla’s support page, the table of contents is a broad list of categories. By clicking any of these hyperlinks you can easily be narrowing down any topic and specific help article.

Although built-in help is a useful feature, it is not necessary that it will tell you everything that you wish to know. So, if you can’t find what you are looking for or want someone to ask about it then you need to contact Microsoft support team associates. They will teach you the exact solution to provide you the better experience of Microsoft Windows. 

People ask “How do I contact Microsoft tech support?” so for those people, I would like to say that you can search at google for the genuine Microsoft support or visit our website for independent support.

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Also, dial our Outlook support phone number for the technical support of Outlook as well. 

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