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Set Preferences for Dialogs, Toolbars, and Graphics

MuPAD® notebooks are not recommended. Use MATLAB® live scripts instead.

MATLAB live scripts support most MuPAD functionality, though there are some differences. For more information, see Convert MuPAD Notebooks to MATLAB Live Scripts.

Preferences Available for Dialogs, Toolbars, and Graphics

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

  1. Select View > Configure.

  2. In the left pane of the Configure MuPAD dialog box, click User Interface.

  3. Use the right pane of the dialog box to specify the setting you want for the toolbars, graphics, units of measurements used in dialog boxes, and other options.

Preferences for Toolbars

Specify the following preferences for the toolbars:

  • Icon Size. Specify the size of icons in the toolbars.

  • Show Labels. Select this option to display labels on the buttons of the toolbars.

Preferences for Graphics

You can specify the following preferences for graphics:

  • Resolution: Specify the dpi value for the resolution you want to use when displaying graphical results.

  • Enable OpenGL: Select this option to use OpenGL®.

  • Accelerate OpenGL: Select this option to use accelerated OpenGL. Mac OS platforms always use accelerated OpenGL.

Preferences for Dialog Boxes

You can specify the following preferences for dialogs:

  • Units of measurement displayed: Specify the units of measurement you want to use in the MuPAD dialog boxes. For example, you can use millimeters.

    Now all dialog boxes in MuPAD except those displaying the font sizes, use millimeters as the units of measurement. For example, the Paragraph Format dialog box shows the indentation and spacing sizes in millimeters.

  • Hide Help buttons: Select this option if you do not want to see help buttons in the dialog boxes.

  • Hide Welcome dialog: Select this option if you do not want to see the welcome dialog box on startup.

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