Begin by properly documenting the basic keyboard shortcuts Ctrl-A, Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V, Ctrl-X. This also applies to WaaS. Then hire writers.
Microsoft lawyers claim that Microsoft comes with "help" also known as "documentation." When one examines the claimed documentation one finds the usual finely crafted, artistic web pages that contain minimal information for the technical, non-employees who want a deep dive into how to operate Windows (various attempted releases). It is clear why Microsoft keeps this sort of thing close to the vest. Were it to become clear that there really isn't any documentation and no operating instructions then sales would stay exactly where they are. Nobody cares. Especially among the don't care group are top executives at Microsoft. And the receptionist users of WaaS learn as little as possible and still get some work done. This is outrageous and unacceptable. But legal in USA. ... Want Microsoft to provide documentation for their products and services?
The lawyers ordered the engineers to put this into Hyper-V Manager so their company
has something to point at should somebody complain, accurately, there is no documentation.
Just calling words on websites documentation does not make it documentation.
Launch the Hyper-V Manager in Windows Server 2019, locate the Help link, and launch.
The Microsoft Management Console, another "masterpiece" of the Component Object Model,
displays the following:
Access help for Microsoft operating systems
Need help? All help for Windows 10 and Windows Server products is available online.
If you're looking for general help with Windows, the main Windows site is the best resource.
Are you an administrator for Windows 10 devices? Find content especially for IT Pros, developers, and more at the Windows 10 site.
Do you manage servers? All of the Windows Server products are documented at Windows Server.
This is called "the main Windows site."
This is "for administrators who administrate Windows 10 devices."
This is "for those who manage Windows Server products."