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Using and Modifying the M-Files Using the M-Files 1. Run MATLAB. 2. At the Command Window prompt, type p=path and press ENTER . MATLAB's path (the list of places MATLAB looks for m-files) will be listed. 3. To add the m-files on the CD-ROM to MATLAB's path, type path(p,' [your cd-rom drive letter] :\Html\Toolbox\Matlab\m-files') and press ENTER . For example, if your CD drive is drive D , then you would type: path(p, 'D:\html\toolbox\matlab\m-files') NOTE: This command will only temporarily change the path. To permanently change the path, type pathtool at the command prompt. A new window will open. Add the [your cd-rom drive letter] :\Html\Toolbox\Matlab\m-files directory to the list of path directories and click " Save Settings ." (If you are using a copy of MATLAB owned by your college or university, you may not have sufficient access to modify the path permanently.) 4. Run Microsoft Word. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 09/02/2011 for the course CHEM 102 taught by Professor Kmn during the Spring '11 term at Babson College.

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