That depends upon which kind of button, and whether You have a button-plugin installed from webinstall or in ckeditor
2. Css - Button ... (some examples)
Generally You must go into the sourcecode and add one of the above example - codes into the source - at the place where You want to place the button.
* You can also add a bootstrap 3 button (or github ) to ckeditor (from the harddisk)
The simple-button plugin has the disadvantage that it is only accessible from sections-menu - and it has only 4 horizontal and 4 vertical positions. Its code is like
<div class="sb-wrapper sb-middle sb-left"><a target="_self" class="btn sb-gray sb-default sb-solid sb-3d sb-emboss" href="#"><span class="sb-buttontext">simple</span></a></div>
What ckeditor would need is a css-button - plugin. ( or html-button) so that the button can be anywhere in the text.
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