The Help menu contains commands that provide information about the task. For example, you can open the online Help from the Help menu. The Help contains procedures, reference information, and conceptual overviews that can be accessed through a table of contents, keyword index, or full text search engine.
You can also get context-sensitive information about commands and dialog boxes in the software by pressing F1.
If you want information on a specific topic, you can use the Index and Search tabs in the online Help and type key words to narrow the search.
For documentation that you can print, use the Printable Guides command to display a list of all the delivered guides. You must have Adobe® Reader® installed to open and print the guides.
If you have added Help topics, which are customized to the day-to-day procedures and practices in your operation, the Custom Documentation command allows you to access this material in the software. The command opens a Web page that lists the customized files, which can be in formats like HTML Help (.chm), Microsoft Word documents (.doc), and Microsoft Excel workbooks (.xls). Other possible file types include HTML (.htm), SmartSketch (.igr), and text (.txt). A Web page is available for each task.
Lastly, you can find out the software version number and copyrights on the About dialog box. This dialog box also contains a Tech Support button to aid in getting customer assistance for troubleshooting problems.