Use the following types of navigation in the Help to move around and display information (click the hotspots to read about each):
Hyperlinks: Hyperlinks are clickable items such as text (typically underlined and displayed in a different color) that perform an action, such as displaying another topic or a Web page.
Related Topics and See Also: When you click a Related Topics or See Also button, a popup menu opens that displays a list of topics you can go to. These topics are relevant to what you are currently reading in the right pane. Click a topic in the popup menu to open it in the right pane.
Drop-down text: When you click a drop-down hotspot, more information is displayed below the hotspot. You only need to click the hotspots you want to read. To hide the text, click the hotspot again.
Expanding text: When you click an expanding hotspot, more information is displayed immediately to the right of the hotspot. You only need to click the hotspots you want to read. To hide the text, click the hotspot again.
Popups: When you click a popup link, either a small window with text "pops up" or a topic opens "on top" of the currently open topic. Popups enable you to read additional information without leaving the current topic. When you finish reading the information in the popup, you can click any links it contains to jump to other information or close it by clicking again.
Browse sequences: When you click the Previous or Next buttons, you can read through a series of topics that are arranged in a particular order. This allows you to learn about a subject in an easy-to-follow sequence.