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The Help menu is where you access DAZ Studio documentation and information about your installation. To access this menu, either click Help or press Alt+H.
Choose Help > DAZ Studio Help to access the DAZ Studio help file on the DAZ Wiki.
The Help > Online Resources commands provide links to helpful online resources that will make your use of DAZ Studio more enjoyable:
To learn about any interface item that you aren’t sure about, choose Help > What’s This Help. A popup window informs you what the item is used for.
Choose Help > About DAZ Studio to open the About window, which contains the following information:
Click OK to close the window.
Choose Help > Register DAZ Studio to bring up the Startup Wizard dialog where you can register DAZ Studio or manually enter your serial number.
Choose Help > About Your Video Card to learn the video card information that your system reports to DAZ Studio and about the capabilities of your video card as it relates to DAZ Studio.
Choose Help > About Installed Plug-ins to open a window that lists the status, filename, and “friendly” name of the plug-ins that you have installed in DAZ Studio. The Status column lets you know if the plug-in is installed successfully (or not), and provides an explanation as to why they did not load if they are not properly installed.
Choose Help > Report a Bug to open the DAZ Bug Reporting page in your Web browser. DAZ encourages everyone to report problems as part of our ongoing efforts to provide top-quality products.
Choose Help > View Log File to open the log file where DAZ Studio reports program status, such as startup comments, plug-ins installed (or not), and warning/error messages. Use this command to view the log file when any message dialog reports an issue and instructs you to view the log file for additional details. Since this is a text file, you can copy any sections needed in order to report the issue to DAZ or the third party provider.