Opens the default command processor in a new tab window. Take Command defaults to the program specified in your COMSPEC environment variable; if that isn't found then Take Command will start TCC.EXE.
Switch to the next tab window.
Switch to the previous tab window.
Select a tab window to activate from a drop-down list.
Displays the run dialog box from which you can run an application or batch file. Take Command remembers the commands you have run from this dialog in the current session. To select from this list click on the drop-down arrow to the right of the "Command Line" field, or press the down-arrow. If the filename is TCC.EXE or TCC, there is no path specified, and Take Command cannot find the filename in the path, it will default to running TCC.EXE in the Take Command installation directory.
Displays a popup dialog of all of the console sessions that are not already displayed in a Take Command tab window, and allows you to select one or more to convert to a Take Command tab. You can select multiple sessions by clicking on individual entries and then on OK, or you can select a single session by double clicking on the entry.
Disconnects the current tab window from Take Command and displays it on the desktop.
Rename the current tab text (and the console title). If you set the title with this option, Take Command will not change the tab title if the application subsequently changes the console title. If you set the title to an empty string, the title will revert to that set by the console application.)
Clone a TCC tab. Take Command will open a new TCC tab window with the same working directory and environment.
Closes the current tab window.
Increase the tab window font size by one point.
Decrease the tab window font size by one point.
Send all input for that tab window to selected other tab windows.
Scroll the current tab window up one line.
Scroll the current tab window down one line.
Scroll the current tab window up one page.
Scroll the current tab window down one page.
Go to the beginning of the screen buffer for the current tab window.
Go to the end of the screen buffer for the current tab window.