It is a fact that Help programs ...
in any application
or operating system ...
make an attempt to assistant the user.
Remembering that the user typically doesn't know the first thing
about any given software.
Let alone how it might work with
any others it might happen to be
installed with (or on) as individualistic as everyone's PC quickly becomes
immediately after it's NEW.
I'd suggest reading Help
menus start-to-finish from the "get-go".
Support for software is a determining factor in that program or applications
realistic value, too.
It's surprising how many freeware
programs have excellent helpbuilt-in
and support forums readily available to continue
education of users when necessary.
The envy of many shareware firms, IMHO.
just to name a few.
Microsoft seems to be slowly improving its help, too.
(or else that particular vernacular is finally becoming ... comprehensible
to one such as myself ... only well versed in English, alas)