Hey MFP, look at this link first. ^^^^^ It has the Kawasaki manual in 331 pages.
This link from TOC has the same manual as above at the beginning.
It then has about 75 pages of exploded diagrams and parts lists for every individual model year of the vn750.
There is very little difference in the diagrams and parts lists for the different years and regions where they were designed to be sold.
There are different colors of paint on the tins, (tank, fenders and side covers). More pollution control hoses and devices for bikes sold in California and Switzerland. Less for Canadian bikes.
There is no online version of the Clymer manual that anyone has found. Watch the ebay link on the forum. https://www.vn750.com/forum/ebay.php
Clymer manuals show up there regularly for $20- $30. There are at least 2 for sale on that link right now.
My advice is to look over the Kawasaki online manual above, and keep your laptop handy while sitting by your bike and identifying the parts as you read. Come back to the forum and ask questions, being as clear and specific as you can, when you need help.
What problems do you know that you have right now, that you need help with? For example, if the bike won`t run, post a question in the engine forum. If the starter or the lights won`t work, post in the electrical forum.
There is lots of help available to you. If you have a place to work, and some tools, we can help you learn to do anything that needs to be done to your bike. Many newbies here every week report learning to do something new to fix their bikes. You can do it too. Just take your time, and do things methodically. You and the bike will soon be on the road.