Moose, I ain't really follwin' what you said. Have you put a full charge on the battery? Also, how long has it been completely dead. If you left the ignition switch on too long, the battery may just be hosed if it won't take a charge. However, the first thing to do is try to give it a 24 hours charge, or at least an overnight charge and see if it will at least attempt to turn the starter after that.
Completely killing a battery is bad but if you can catch it quickly, a good slow charge will revive it most times.
I doubt the service manual will give you voltage butgrizzwizard may be able to give you something as far as voltage.
You could even connect it to a charger on jump start mode, let it sit for a minute or so depending on the output of jump-start on you charger, and see if it will crank. If so, let it just sit and idle for a half hour or so, cut it off and see if it cranks back up. If it at least tries, taht means there's hope.
Post back after that.