Hi Smitha Test,
Thank you for contacting us. Providing good User Experience(UX) and documentation will definetly be a benefit to your customers. In this regard, following the cherished tranditions generally is the best way to go as you want your application to be intuitive. In terms of help, I recommend you provide both a chm based documentation and a context dependant help e.g. a help button, a ? button,
or a tooltip describing the purpose of the button in a human-friendly manner. You can use Office 2007 to find conrete examples of the above.
the Telerik team