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  1. Key Member
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    access online help v. enter online help

    Are "to access online help" and "to enter online help" the same things for the sentence:To access the on-line help, double click on a command word to highlight it and then press the F1 (or help) key.?

    What would be the alternative for "to access online help", retaining its meaning?

    Thank you.

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    Re: access online help v. enter online help

    They are not the same thing. An alternative : "to get (the) on-line help".

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