I'm using TC Version 11.0 on Windows XP, SP2. I’m familiar with 4DOS, but not Take Command. When I double-click a btm file from my file-manager (NOT in the TC Console), and the btm is something simple (maybe just "pause"), the tcc.exe window opens with the "Copyright" header displayed. Is there a way to have the "Copyright" header not be displayed when I click a btm from my file-manager? I know about the /Q directive. I made a TC SHORTCUT to tcc.exe and when I click on it from my file-manager, the tcc.exe window opens without the header. So, the shortcut works. But, in order for that to happen when I click on a btm file from my file-manager, I need to Associate btm files with the shortcut. But, my XP Control Panel >> Folder Options >> File Types doesn't show the link when I browse to its directory. This header issue is insignificant and inconsequential, but this seems like a reasonable expectation of directives as I understand them, and there may be other directives I’ll want to use in the future. Regards.