Camera Control Pro 2 screen layout is described below using the D6 as an example.

Windows

(1) Menu bar
(2) Connection status: Shows the status and name of any cameras connected.
(3) /: View or hide camera controls. Camera controls can also be displayed or hidden by selecting Show/Hide Camera Control Panels in the Tools menu.
(4) Camera control tabs: Click to view the associated camera controls.
(5) Camera controls: Adjust camera settings.
(6) Simulated LCD panel: Performs the same function as the information display in the camera viewfinder or monitor.
(7) Shoot buttons: Click these buttons to take pictures. These buttons can also be assigned keyboard shortcuts.
(8) Flash button: Opens the flash control window; available only when Flash Control is available in the camera photo shooting menu (D6 / D5 / D850 / D780 / D500 / Z 7II / Z 6II / Z 7 / Z 6  / Z 5).
(9) Live view button: Opens the live view window and/or starts live view.

macOS

(1) Menu bar
(2) Connection status: Shows the status and name of any cameras connected.
(3) /: View or hide camera controls. Camera controls can also be displayed or hidden by selecting Show/Hide Camera Control Panels in the Tools menu.
(4) Camera control tabs: Click to view the associated camera controls.
(5) Camera controls: Adjust camera settings.
(6) Simulated LCD panel: Performs the same function as the information display in the camera viewfinder or monitor.
(7) Shoot buttons: Click these buttons to take pictures. These buttons can also be assigned keyboard shortcuts.
(8) Flash button: Opens the flash control window; available only when Flash Control is available in the camera photo shooting menu (D6 / D5 / D850 / D780 / D500 / Z 7II / Z 6II / Z 7 / Z 6 / Z 5).
(9) Live view button: Opens the live view window and/or starts live view.