Context-sensitive help, Visual Basic Programming

CONTEXT-SENSITIVE HELP 

The Context-sensitive help gives online help for the circumstances which is associated with that state. The Context-sensitive help can be implemented by using tool tips which display a complete topic from the help file.

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