|Image Processing Toolbox User's Guide|
If you want to output a MATLAB image to use in another application (such as a word-processing program or graphics editor), use
imwrite to create a file in the appropriate format. See Writing a Graphics Image for details.
If you want to print an image, use
imshow to display the image in a MATLAB figure window. If you are using the Image Tool, you must use the Print to Figure option on the Image Tool File menu. When you choose this option, the Image Tool opens a separate figure window and displays the image in it. You can access the standard MATLAB printing capabilities in this figure window. You can also use the Print to Figure option to print the image displayed in the Overview tool and the Pixel Region tool.
Once the image is displayed in a figure window, you can use either the MATLAB
Printing and Handle Graphics Object Properties
The output reflects the settings of various properties of Handle Graphic objects. In some cases, you might need to change the settings of certain properties to get the results you want. Here are some tips that might be helpful when you print images:
PaperPositionModeis set to
auto, the width and height of the printed figure are determined by the figure's dimensions on the screen. By default, the value of
manual. If you want the default value of
auto, you can add this line to your startup.m file.
For detailed information about printing with File/Print or the
help print at the MATLAB command-line prompt or see the
|Texture Mapping||Setting Toolbox Display Preferences|
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