But most XP users have the 32-bit version, something you can check by going to "system info,'' under "accessories.'' (If you get lost searching for it, hit the F1 key
, which brings up the "help'' menu and you can type in your search terms.) It won't work on Macs, either.
The enigmatic F1 key
is for your most-used functions.
With the usual F1 key
you can bring up a help menu that provides an instant reference to the keyboard shortcuts you can use in Proto.
The integration allows developers to easily locate the help content of a particular class, a type or a member by simply pressing F1 key
within the Visual Studio designer.
Press the F1 key
for OPERATIONAL, the F2 for TRAINING, and the F3 for EMULATOR.
Electronic manuals allow the operator to receive easy-to-understand information about the current function by pressing the F1 key
on the keyboard.
* context-specific help is provided for most dialogs and controls and can be called using the F1 key
or by clicking the right mouse button.