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Database Instructions via Word

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Trying to put on my switchboard a link to WORD instructions(text,
screenshots, "draw" pointers and labels) for my database. Is this
possible or are there any other common ways to present instructions to
users???

Jeff
Nov 12 '05 #1
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I think that Windows Help is a more common way but in my opinion,
anything that helps the user will do the job.
As far as how to do it - there are more than one way, by far the
simplest being using a hyperlink to the document.
Pavel

jeffgeorge wrote:

Trying to put on my switchboard a link to WORD instructions(text,
screenshots, "draw" pointers and labels) for my database. Is this
possible or are there any other common ways to present instructions to
users???

Jeff

Nov 12 '05 #2

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I like to build little forms with only labels on them. Lots of
informational text in the labels. They open up when a user clicks a
button I label "Help".

Bruce Pick

jeffgeorge wrote:
Trying to put on my switchboard a link to WORD instructions(text,
screenshots, "draw" pointers and labels) for my database. Is this
possible or are there any other common ways to present instructions to
users???

Jeff

Nov 12 '05 #3

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