You are now reading a Help topic called "Help, Using." Diet Power has 514 topics in its Help system. Like this one, 297 are "jump" topics¾full-length discussions that you can leap into from other topics. The other 217 are "popups"¾short glosses that you can open without leaving the topic you're in.
You can reach new topics in at least seven different ways:
By clicking the Back
and Forward buttons at the top of your web browser. These take you to
Help topics you've already visited during this session of Help.
By clicking the Contents
button. This whisks you to the Table of Contents, which lists all of the
jump topics in Help. From there, you can click any topic to open it.
By clicking the Index
button. This opens an index of Help topics.
By clicking the Search
button and entering keywords describing topics you want to find.
clicking the triangular Browse buttons under the Contents, Index, and
Search buttons. These take you to the next or the preceding topic in the
Help system's browse sequence.
By scrolling the Contents to "Glossary" and clicking it. This opens an alphabetical list of all the popup (definition) topics.
The Help system also contains links to other websites.
Using "What's This?"
Diet Power also includes a "What's This?" function* that explains most features on your screen, no matter which dialog you're in. You can probably learn the program by using "What's This?" alone. Here's how:
any button, box, text field, tab, or other feature on your screen. A little
"What's This?" banner will usually appear.
Click the "What's
This?" banner. A window will pop up, explaining what the feature
is and how to use it.
When you're finished reading, click anywhere and the popup will close.
Vista users: "What's This?" will not work unless you've installed WinHlp32.exe, which you can download from this webpage.
To print a Help topic:
Navigate to the topic,
using one of the methods above.
Click the Print button in your web browser.
To return to Diet Power after reading Help:
Help is on the Web. When you jump to it, Diet Power continues running in the background. To get back to Diet Power, click the little apple icon on your Taskbar.
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Last Modified: 6/30/07