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Dear Friends, I lost in START menu HELP AND SUPPORT option for my Windows XP Professional. What should I do? Kindest regards, Janusz Melbourne (Australia)

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Right click on your Taskbar and select Properties, and you will see a box as below:
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In Customize Start Menu, tick Help and Support and click OK.
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