Print frames are borders of a printed page that contain information about a block diagram, such as the model name or the date of printing. After you create a print frame, use the Simulink® or Stateflow® Editor to print a block diagram or chart with that print frame.
The default print frame has two rows:
Rows contain one or more cells. You can add content entries to cells. You can also add new rows and cells.
For example, the print frame below includes:
An additional row at the top of the frame for a title
A middle row, which includes the block diagram
A bottom row, in which one cell has the path to the subsystem and another cell has the page number
Use the PrintFrame Editor to create and edit print frames.
To open the PrintFrame Editor, at the MATLAB® command line, enter the
Use the PrintFrame Editor to:
Set up the printed page
Add or remove rows and cells in the print frame
Add content to cells, such as text, the date, and page numbers
Format cell content
To open an existing print frame, use
frameedit command with the
filename parameter, where
filename is an
existing print frame (a
You can design a print frame for one particular block diagram, or you can design a more generic print frame for printing multiple block diagrams.
In cells, you can include text (such as the name and address of your organization) and variable content (such as the current date).