Take Command retains the text displayed on its tab windows in a "scrollback buffer". You can scroll through this buffer using the mouse and the vertical scroll bar at the right side of the Take Command window, just as you can in any Windows application. You can also use the Alt-Up and Alt-Down keys to scroll the display one line at a time from the keyboard, and the Alt-PgUp and Alt-PgDn keys to scroll one page at a time.


If you scroll back through the buffer to view previous output, and then enter text on the command line, Take Command will automatically return to the bottom of the buffer to display the text.


You can set the size of the scrollback buffer on the Tabs tab of the configuration dialogs.


You can save the scrollback buffer to a file (in either text or HTML format) with the TCC SAVECONSOLE command, or with the Take Command "Home / Save" or "Home / Save HTML" menu options.