help screen

help screen

[′help ‚skrēn]
(computer science)
Instructions that explain how to use the software of a computer system and that can be presented on the screen of a video display terminal at any time.
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Q: My ambassador asked me to help screen her from conflicts of interest.
Our customer base asked for a solution to help them choose between multiple applicants with good credit scores and to help screen applicants that have little or no credit history.
The guide defined medical debt and provided suggestions for credit unions to use to help screen members and offered strategies members can use to address the debt.
She urged airlines to look at evidence that brain scans could be used to help screen people with psychopathic tendencies.
They were joined by their families and supporters to help screen unwanted industrial views.
The Department of State Health Services has sent two tuberculosis specialists to help screen for the disease and may send medicine and testing supplies, if needed.
The charity is seeking optometrists and dispensing opticians to help screen up to 250 people over Christmas.
The competition will also help screen out the best players to make a stronger national team, they said.
Corrie actress Paula Lane reveals how her character Kylie is trying to help screen sister Becky prove her innocence How does Kylie feel about Tracy accusing Becky of causing her miscarriage?
They can help screen out urban noise, absorb greenhouse gases and filter out pollution.
Both are placed deep underground to help screen out background radiation, especially neutrons.
The KB18305 also comes with an improved Help Screen that allows users to send service books, access BlackBerry Answers, and access the BlackBerry Help site on a BlackBerry smartphone among others.