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How to restore Matlab default look

Subject: How to restore Matlab default look

From: Milind Malshe

Date: 10 Sep, 2008 16:04:02

Message: 1 of 5

I accidently undocked a file from the Matlab editor, and then docked it back, but now, the look of main Matlab window has changed. Now, I get Current Directory, Workspace, Command History and Command Window as diffrerent tabs. How can I restore the default look, i.e. Current Directory and Workspace on the left side, Command History below it, and Command Window on the right side.

Subject: How to restore Matlab default look

From: Phil Goddard

Date: 10 Sep, 2008 16:37:02

Message: 2 of 5


Form the main MATLAB window pulldown menus:

Desktop->Desktop Layout->Default

Subject: How to restore Matlab default look

From: Yuri Geshelin

Date: 10 Sep, 2008 18:09:03

Message: 3 of 5

Another piece of advice: once you come up with your favourite layout, save it (using the same menu). You will then be able to load it afterwards.

Yuri

"Milind Malshe" <milind@okstate.edu> wrote in message <ga8r5i$h9c$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> I accidently undocked a file from the Matlab editor, and then docked it back, but now, the look of main Matlab window has changed. Now, I get Current Directory, Workspace, Command History and Command Window as diffrerent tabs. How can I restore the default look, i.e. Current Directory and Workspace on the left side, Command History below it, and Command Window on the right side.
>

Subject: How to restore Matlab default look

From: Milind Malshe

Date: 10 Sep, 2008 21:22:01

Message: 4 of 5

Thanks Phil and Yuri.

Subject: How to restore Matlab default look

From: mn01bv47@gmail.com

Date: 1 Sep, 2013 20:38:26

Message: 5 of 5

Thank You Very Much

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