How to Get Help in Microsoft Office Access 2010


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Getting help

It's comforting to know that when you are stuck, help is just a click away. Let's open up this table right here by double-clicking on it. If you're not sure what a button does, hold your cursor over it and a tooltip will appear with the name of the button, and sometimes description text. To get more information come up here to the blue question mark in the right-hand side. Click on it and the Help Center will appear. Click the link closest to what you're looking for. Let's say I wanted to know about Queries. It gives me a list of topics.

Choose one, and it will give you an article with explanations, and a list of steps. At the bottom, you'll also find related articles. There is a Search box at the top of the window. Let's say I'm going to search for "creating a query." And in my search results, let's do "Create queries for a new database." Some topics will redirect you online to Microsoft's Web site. You may wind up in a video lib...

Getting help
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Getting help provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Access 2010 Essential Training

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