I got tired of dropping out of what I was doing, opening the Plugin Manager, then a Plugin, browsing the help documentation, and finally drilling back down into what I was originally working on. And since I couldn't find any tool for that ... I created one. NOTE: This tool is for Windows only. I have no means to develop utilities for other platforms. It's designed to be used as an add on Tool for the RPG Maker app, but can be used stand-alone (it will ask for a RPG Maker project file when lunched outside of RPM Maker since it is required to determine the plugins path). The tool shows all active plugins for the current project on the left; selecting one will display the corresponding help documentation on the right. If you Add/Remove/Activate/Deactivate any plugins after the tools is opened you will need to save the project in RPG Maker and then click the Refresh button in the tool to refresh the plugins list. Spoiler: Screenshot I've tried to account for all the most commonly used help text formatting used by plugin developers; but since there's no real standard, help text from some plugins may not render properly. Also, it only pulls the "default" language help text from the plugin; any alternate languages text is filtered out. If I knew how RPG Maker was determining language (e.g. Windows Locale setting), I could add a language option. But I will only add it to my tool if I'm sure it matches how RPG Maker is doing it. Download here: PluginHelpViewer.zip --- Installation --- To install it simply extract the archive directly into the "tool" folder in your RPG Maker MV install folder ... e.g. %PROGRAMFILES (X86)%\Steam\steamapps\common\RPG Maker MV\tool . The archive contains the proper root folder so be sure to extract directly into the "tool" folder, NOT a subfolder under "tool" folder. Then in RPG Maker, click Tools->/RPG Maker MV Tools ... to open the Tools Interface. Depending on where/how you installed RPG Maker it may or may not automatically show up. Spoiler: Tools Interface If it does not show up in "Found Tools" then you'll need to click the "Select Path" button, browse to the "tool" folder, highlight the "PluginHelpViewer" folder that was extracted, and click "Select Folder". Once it's in the list select it and click "Add", then click "OK". This will add it the Tools menu and the Toolbar. Spoiler: Tools menu Spoiler: Toolbar You can find detailed instructions for adding RPG Maker tools here. Hope others find this helpful!