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Revision as of 07:41, 14 April 2012

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Using built-in help

The following ways to get built-in help in Kexi are available:

The Handbook in form of electronic document.
The Handbook is available by pressing F1 key or click Icon-help-contents.png in the menubar and select Kexi Handbook.
What's This? hints.
Select What's This? from the menu that pops up when you click Icon-help-contents.png and then click on an area of the application to get hints about it.




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