Beyond a quick start guide, Chromebooks come with little paper documentation. For those needing something more than a quick setup guide and onscreen instructions, most Chromebook manufacturers have basic user manuals available for free download. Google and Chrome-centered websites offer resources for any more advanced information a user may need.
Connecting a Chromebook to the Internet involves picking a language for use, signing into a wifi network, and creating or logging into a Google account. User manuals from the manufacturers like Samsung and Acer cover the setup process and managing basic Chromebook operations but not much more. For more advanced functionality, Google's support sites, OMG! Chrome, Chrome Story and many others make available forums, how-to's, walk-thru's and tips and tricks to get the most from a Chromebook.