remleduff: now you are just lying.
C-h iRead included Manuals (a.k.a. Info). This command puts you into a special buffer called `*info*' where you can read manuals for the packages installed on your system. Type m emacs <Return> to read the Emacs manual. If you have never before used Info, type ? and Emacs will take you on a guided tour of Info mode facilities. Once you are through with this tutorial, you should consult the Emacs Info manual as y
our primary documentation.
you even have:
A similar command C-h v displays the documentation of variables, including those whose values you can set to customize Emacs behavior. You need to type in the name of the variable when Emacs prompts for it.
as for loading other lisp libraries, that is a matter of programming, and not about how to use emacs.
and not suitable for the tutorial
that stuff is in the manual..
(emacs) Init Examples