Hmm... I stand corrected Mike.
I took another look at what Crossroads said, and realised he was directing me to section 11. I thought he was simply quoting a section that did not provide any value to me. I should have looked at the datasheet harder. Sorry Crossroads.
Still, it is not easy to determine that I need to look for i/o pins in the format COnZ from the documentation, so the easy answer was delivered by CodingBadly which told me how to determine which and how many pins are PWM without spending too much time trying to decode the datasheet.
I cannot tell, knowing now to look for COnZ named pins, whether I would have determined that from the datasheet easily or not... but I guess I was looking for some simple statement saying pins x, y and z are PWM pins.
I still have much to learn
Keep the constructive criticism coming lads
That is a thumbs down answer
No that is a very good answer.
You did not ask the question "how many or which pins are PWM" you asked "how would I tell which pins are PWM pins" and your title says "Assistance reading datasheet please".
If you want to know just the answer then ask, don't ask how to find out for yourself if you don't want to learn.