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"Yair Altman" wrote in message <ih8ma5$sr2$1@fred.mathworks.com>...

> Try playing around with the text in your main help comment - I'm pretty sure that the SYNTAX section is auto-generated from there if you just find the expected syntax (no pun intended). When you find out, please post your findings here.


Despite my best effots ("syntax" by itself, "syntax:" by itself, new lines, no new lines, etc.), I was unable to get it to "recognize" the syntax section of my class help. I'm thinking it might not be possible!

Thanks,
Mason