Normally with Trimble gear you mount the receiver on the tripod, turn it on and wait for the desired period for data to be stored in the head. Then head back into the office and download the data from the head and process. The devil (as always) is in the details especially with static work.
Collection of the static data is usually the easiest part. Planning (before) can be handled online easily enough but the processing after the static session can become highly detailed depending on your desired outcome and requires the inclusion of external sources (2nd base station or some form of online reference station [NGS' CORS data in the USA for example])
Basically you need to have one (or more) reference stations in the area that you can process against. I have used stations up to 200km distant but the solution starts to fall apart without large (long time) datasets. Having a known coordinate on the reference station(s) allows you to model out the errors of your unknown point.
I'll break down our normal workflows for static work:
Preplanning (prior to observation session):
Back in the Office:
I know this is a rather high level answer but not knowing your level of confidence with the hardware and software I didn't want to head in too deep.
Hope this helps,
had you asked this inside the forum of the Trimble Group (and added subject tags), you would have certainly gotten more replies, as members of group forums are familiar with the types of equipment... also, please explain more about what it is that you need a 'guide' for...happy to help, if you can clear this up for me on what you are trying to accomplish with a guide and post in relevant group..looks like Tom has some terrific information on this for you below..let us know if there is something else you need specifically..