Admittedly if you're not used to looking things up in reference books (a skill that doesn't seem to be taught at school so much), then it helps to know how to start:'
Well enjoy it while you can - new Fords (especially Fiestas) are increasingly not having an owner's manual included anymore. So you have
to go 'online' whether you like it or not. Expect other manufacturers to follow suit if it saves a few pennies. I can't imagine the misery of trawling through an online manual when you're in a hurry to find something out. I've noticed a few s/h Range Rover Evoques having home printed manuals in them too, so perhaps you no longer get one with one of those either.
Interesting, I take the opposite view.
I'd much rather have manuals in digital form.
It takes seconds to find what you want (via search) rather than hours of searching the fine print with a magnifying glass in the printed manual.
Being able to have 10,000 manuals on my workshop e-book is a plus too.