You can use the Requirements Editor quick access toolbar to quickly perform actions. You can customize the toolbar by adding actions from the toolstrip, reorganizing the toolbar buttons, and showing the button labels.
The quick access toolbar preferences are persistent across MATLAB® sessions. The toolbar is always visible, even if the toolstrip is minimized.
Open the Requirements Editor with one of these approaches:
At the MATLAB command line, enter:
In the MATLAB Apps tab, under Verification, Validation, and Test, click the Requirements Editor app.
In the Simulink® Apps tab, under Model Verification, Validation, and Test, click the Requirements Editor app.
You can also add the Requirements Editor to the MATLAB or Simulink quick access toolbars from the Apps tab by right-clicking the Requirements Editor app and selecting Add to Quick Access Toolbar. For more information, see Customize MATLAB Toolbars and Access Frequently Used Features and Commands in Simulink.
The Requirements Editor quick access toolbar is located at the top-right of the Requirements Editor.
The default buttons allow you to copy, cut, and paste:
For more information, see:
You can also access the Simulink Requirements™ documentation when you click the help button .
You can customize the Requirements Editor quick access toolbar by adding and removing actions, rearranging the buttons, and showing the button labels. You can also restore the default toolbar buttons.
You can add actions to the quick access toolbar by right-clicking a toolstrip button and selecting Add to Quick Access Toolbar.
You can remove non-default actions from the quick access toolbar by right-clicking a button in the toolbar and selecting Remove from Quick Access Toolbar.
You can rearrange the quick access toolbar buttons by clicking and dragging the buttons.
A partition separates the default and non-default toolbar buttons. You cannot move buttons across the partition.
Each quick access toolbar button has a label that describes the action it performs. You can show the label for an individual button by right-clicking the toolbar button and selecting Show Label.
You can hide the label by right-clicking the button and selecting Hide Label.
The default quick access toolbar contains actions for copy, cut, paste, and accessing the documentation.
If you customize the toolbar, you can restore the toolbar to its default state by right-clicking in the toolbar and selecting Restore Defaults.
Restoring the default toolbar:
Removes all non-default action buttons
Arranges the default buttons to their default order
Hides all button labels