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About Getting Help for the List View Web Part

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The Help information you might need to use the List View Web Part is available from several different locations.

Getting List View Web Part Help

The List View Web Part help topics are context-sensitive topics that answer questions you might have regarding the Web Part, such as what is its purpose, how to use it, what are the common and custom properties, how to make connections to other Web Parts, and how to troubleshoot problems.

This help information becomes available when an administrator installs Microsoft on a server.

To display List View Web Part help information, on the Web Part menu, click Help .

Getting Help

The Help system provides information you may need about features related to the List View Web Part, especially the creating, using, and managing of lists and list views.

This help information becomes available when an administrator installs on a server.

To display this help information, click Help on the top link bar.

Getting Microsoft Office List Datasheet Component Help

Your List View Web Part may be in Datasheet view, which uses the Microsoft Office List Datasheet Component, and which contains a separate help system designed to explain how to use it.

This help information becomes available when you install Microsoft on your computer.

To get Datasheet view help information, right-click any cell, and click Help . When you are in edit mode, press F1.

Getting Help from additional Microsoft Web Sites

The following Microsoft Web Sites are good sources of additional, up-to-date information about using and customizing the List View Web Part:

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