To select a specific system in a model to print, display that system in the currently open Simulink® Editor tab. On the Simulation tab, click Print.
For models with subsystems, use the Simulink Editor and the Print Model dialog box to specify the systems in the model to print.
By default, Simulink does not print masked subsystems or library links. For information about masked subsystem and library link printing, see Print Masked Subsystems and Library Links.
Use this procedure to print all of the subsystems in a model, including hierarchies of subsystems.
Display the top-level model in the currently open Simulink Editor tab.
In the Simulink Editor, on the Simulation tab, click Print.
In the Print Model dialog box, select All systems.
In the currently open Simulink Editor tab, display the subsystem that you want to print and click Print.
Use this procedure to print nested subsystems.
In the current tab of the Simulink Editor, display the subsystem level that you want to use as the starting point for printing the subsystem hierarchy.
In the Print Model dialog box, select one of the following:
Current system and below
Current system and above
Simulink prints the hierarchy for all of the subsystems in the current tab.
To print the contents of masked subsystems, in the Print Model dialog box, click Look under mask dialog.
To print the contents of library links, in the Print Model dialog box, click Expand unique library links. Simulink prints one copy, regardless of how many copies of the block the model contains.
If a subsystem is both a masked subsystem and a library link, Simulink uses the Look under mask dialog setting and ignores the Expand unique library links setting.
To print a model referencing hierarchy, open each level of the hierarchy and print that level.
Clicking All systems does not print different levels in the model referencing hierarchy.
You cannot print the contents of protected models.