You can manage your RMI preferences in the Requirements Settings dialog box. These settings are global and not associated with any particular model. To open the Requirements Settings dialog box, from the Simulink® Editor, select Analysis > Requirements Traceability > Settings. In this dialog box, you can select the:
Storage tab to set the default way in which the RMI stores requirements links in a model. For storage information, see Specify Storage for Requirements Links.
Selection Linking tab to set the options for linking to the active selection in a supported document. For setting information, see Selection Linking Tab.
Filters tab to set the options for filtering requirements in a model. For filtering information, see Configure Requirements Filtering.
Report tab to customize the requirements report without using the Report Generator. For setting information, see Customize Requirements Report Using the RMI Settings.
In the Requirements Settings dialog box, on the Selection Linking tab, are the following options for linking to the active selection in a supported document. To open the Requirements Settings dialog box, select Analysis > Requirements Traceability > Settings.
|For linking to the active selection within an external document:|
|Enabled applications||Enable selection-based linking shortcuts to Microsoft® Word, Microsoft Excel®, or DOORS® applications.|
|Document file reference||Select type of file reference. For information on what settings to use, see Document Path Storage.|
|Apply this user tag to new links||Enter text to attach to the links you create. For more information about user tags, see Filter Requirements with User Tags|
|When creating selection-based links:|
|Modify destination for bidirectional linking||Creates links both to and from selected link destination.|
|Store absolute path to model file||Select type of file reference. For information, see Document Path Storage.|
|Use custom bitmap for navigation controls in documents||Select and browse for your bitmap. You can use your own bitmap file to control the appearance of navigation links in your document.|
|Use ActiveX buttons in Word and Excel (backward compatibility)||Select to use legacy ActiveX® controls to create links in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel applications. By default, if not selected, you create URL-based links.|