For most active windows context sensitive help can be obtained by pressing F1,
clicking on the help button or selecting the help drop down menu. or clicking on
the right hand mouse button and choosing help from the pop up menu.
If pressing FI, make sure that the window that you are seeking help for is the
CAP also includes Instant Assist a continuously visible advisory panel that tells
you about the methods available on the main menu bar. This can be placed
anywhere on your screen while you work and switched on or off under the Help
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