You can change the order of the buttons on Take Command's toolbars. I'm describing this process because it doesn't seem to be documented, and in my opinion it's highly non-obvious. The toolbars in question are TC's "Explorer" toolbar (right below the menu bar -- the one with V, Edit/Debug, Find, and so on) and the batch debugger's toolbar (again, just below the menu bar). To reorder the buttons on the toolbar, open the Customize dialog (right-click on the toolbar and choose "Customize...") and then drag the dialog out of the way. Once the dialog is open, you can drag the buttons to the left or right on the toolbar -- not in the dialog somewhere, but on the actual toolbar. To remove a button, drag it off of the toolbar. To add or remove a divider (the vertical bar between groups of related buttons), right-click on the button to the right, then click on "Begin a Group" (the last item in the context menu for the button). You can also add new buttons to the toolbar. The available buttons correspond to the items in Take Command's (or the batch debugger's) menus. Select the "Commands" tab in the Customize dialog, click on the appropriate menu name in the lower-left pane, then find the desired menu item in the lower-right pane and drag it onto the toolbar. Once you have the toolbar organized as you want it, close the Customize dialog and the buttons will no longer be draggable.