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David Francis

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15 Apr 2004 browse_models Browse simulink model files from a directory in Word. Author: David Francis simulink, browse, models, word, utilities 6 2
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20 Mar 2003 Word Syntax Highlighter for Matlab Provides syntax highlighting for MATLAB m-file code segments included in a Word document. Author: David Francis development environme..., microsoft, word, syntax, highlight, macro 18 3
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12 Dec 2011 browse_models Browse simulink model files from a directory in Word. Author: David Francis mohammad

Nice

14 Apr 2004 browse_models Browse simulink model files from a directory in Word. Author: David Francis Hart, Ron

This is a very, very helpful function, but required one small change to run.
The varible "nargs" needed to be changed to "nargin".

04 Jun 2003 Word Syntax Highlighter for Matlab Provides syntax highlighting for MATLAB m-file code segments included in a Word document. Author: David Francis Simoneau, Matthew

Mr. Robbins,

You should try to right-click on "Download this file" link and do a "Save target as". That will keep your browser from trying to run this macro.

07 Mar 2003 Word Syntax Highlighter for Matlab Provides syntax highlighting for MATLAB m-file code segments included in a Word document. Author: David Francis Robbins, Michael

My company restricts this link, please correct it:

Reason:
The Websense category "Malicious Web Sites" is filtered.

03 Mar 2003 Word Syntax Highlighter for Matlab Provides syntax highlighting for MATLAB m-file code segments included in a Word document. Author: David Francis River, Jim

It's a useful utility. Thanks. Some comments though:

1. Keyword "end" is mistakenly highlighted in situations, such as A(10:end).
2. In Matlab 5.3, when the codes are copied from the Matlab Editor to Word, the codes are shown in color. Why is this feature lost in version 6.1 and above? Does Mathworks plan to resurrect this feature? (You wonder why good things do not last)
3. A Matlab code, which copies .m file to Word with proper syntax highlight, would also be useful.

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