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Customizations and Preferences

Adjust MuPAD® interfaces for your convenience

MuPAD Functions

Pref::alias Controls the output of aliased expressions
Pref::autoExpansionLimit Set a limit for automatic expansions
Pref::autoPlot Automatically plot graphical objects
Pref::callBack Informations during evaluation
Pref::ignoreNoDebug Controls debugging of procedures
Pref::keepOrder Order of terms in sum outputs
Pref::userOptions Additional options when starting MuPAD
Pref::heavisideAtOrigin Set value of Heaviside function at origin

MuPAD Environment Variables

TEXTWIDTH Maximum number of characters in an output line

Examples and How To

Arrange Toolbars and Panes

To enable or disable the Command Bar, Find and Replace Bar, toolbars, or Status Bar, select View from the main menu.

Enter Data and View Results

MuPAD notebook has two types of regions for entering data:

View Status Information

The status bar shows the current status information.

Save Custom Arrangements

You can change a notebook or a Debugger window arrangement to meet your needs, including resizing, moving, and closing toolbars and panes.

Set Preferences for Notebooks

To change preferences for displaying the contents of notebooks:

Set Preferences for Dialogs, Toolbars, and Graphics

To specify the default settings for MuPAD toolbars, dialog boxes and graphics:

Set Font Preferences

You can specify three most frequently used fonts.

Set Engine Preferences

Global settings in MuPAD serve for specifying a particular engine you want to run, using additional libraries, startup commands and options.

Set Line Length in Plain Text Outputs

Plain text line length.

Concepts

Notebook Overview

The first time you start MuPAD notebook, it appears with the default layout, as shown in the following illustration.

Debugger Window Overview

The first time you start MuPAD Debugger window, it appears with the default layout, as shown in the following illustration.

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