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help key

The keyboard key that is pressed in order to obtain help when working in an application. In the Windows environment, the help key is the function key F1.
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BCCI board member Nabeel Kanoo stated the F1 windfall will help key economic sectors, mainly travel and tourism.
CPS head of equality and diversity Seamus Taylor said: 'This training initiative will help key staff in the CPS gain a more detailed understanding of the Muslim faith, so they can have a better appreciation of the context of the work and the cases they deal with.
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The study is expected to help key players of distribution automation market in formulating and developing their strategies.
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A mortgage broker has launched a home that which will lend up to five times a borrower's salary in an effort to help key sector workers get on to the property ladder.
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The American Telemedicine Association is the leading voice in telehealth to help key constituents--including government and the health field-understand how remote treatment benefits patients, payors and providers," said Michael Laskoff, Founder and CEO, AbilTo.
The Government's Starter Homes Initiative was designed to help key workers to get their first home in the face of high property prices, but despite making pounds 250 million available none has come to the Midlands.
SAN FRANCISCO -- IT needs to reinvent itself from being focused on cost driven initiatives and instead help key employees create higher impact growth objectives that promote business agility through non-routine activities, according to Gartner, Inc.
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