I was surprised to not be able to find these online . . . if someone has a source, please share it.
I was able to get my alignment shop to print these. The first is what you get (along with before/after readings) when you have an alignment done. The second page gives a bit more detail, in terms of narrowing what's specified as a range of acceptable readings down to one 'preferred' number.
This information can serve as the basis for having your alignment done to slightly different specifications. I suspect some will ask 'why change them?'. Different values can yield different efficiency and/or performance characteristics. Less toe (for example) can lead to less rolling resistance, as can less camber (typically). Some handling performance is of course given up with such a change.