light version of the Audacity manual?
And in any event that may not help you very much.
If you stand still and hold the record in your hand (assuming an LP), that's the last place it's simple. If you bought one of the modern USB turntables, you'll have one instruction branch and if you're trying to record using your older entertainment system (highly recommended), you have a different one. Mac/Windows/Linux can be different splits as well.
The turntable makers want you to think this process is a snap, but maybe not. For one thing, it's not unusual for them to include an older version of Audacity with the turntable and our first recommendation is trash that get a newer Audacity. So right away, you're in the digital weeds and you're still holding the record in your hand.
Unless you're a purist and insist on The Vinyl Sound, buying the music again already in digital form is not a bad path.
Also if you have unpublished albums, you may be forced
into making transfers work.
My largely non-technical sister wanted to do this and I talked her into sending me the disks and I transferred them on my high-end system and shipped her the files. Far easier.