This article assumes you’ve installed Office. If you need help getting set up, please see Download, install, upgrade, and activate Office.
OK, now you’ve got Office up and running and you need to figure out how to do something. But just finding Help can be frustrating sometimes, so here are two ways you can get there fast.
- Press F1.
- Click the question mark ? in the upper right corner of any Office program.
Note The ? is located in slightly different spots and looks a bit different but Office 2007, 2010, and 2013 Mac Office, and Office Web Apps all have it.
Help question mark in Word 2013
Help question mark in Word 2010
Help question mark in Word 2007
Help question mark in Word Web App
Help question mark in Word for Mac 2011
Get answers faster
If you find yourself searching for answers on Bing or Google, we can save you time. For some versions of Office we’ve consolidated search results, which is a fancy way of saying that we’ve added Internet search results right in Office Help. Now you’ll see the Help articles that we’ve written right next to content from the Internet.
Once you get to Help, use the search box to find exactly what you’re looking for. It’s better than searching the whole Internet because we’ll only show you help for the version of Office you’re using (in other words, you won’t have to wade through search results for Word 2007 when all you care about is Word 2013).