TS2013 Reference Manual ?

Hi,
I just what to refer something in the reference manual on TS 2013
but i did not found it on my default installation.
Is there no Reference Manual.pdf on TS2013 ?
Regards
Juergen
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Juergen,
sadly the Reference Manual has been removed from TS. I also had a hard time in the past finding the topics from that PDF in my TS 2013 help.
But, good news, as far as i have seen, all topics have been transfered into the "normal" TS help. For instance, the components of a step during execution can be found now with the keywords "Step Execution". You will find a table of all 34 components in the help which was covered by chapter 3 "Executions" (i think) in the PDF.
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