SET

 

 Set object properties.

  SET(H,'PropertyName',PropertyValue) sets the value of the

  specified property for the graphics object with handle H.

  H can be a vector of handles, in which case SET sets the

  properties values for all the objects.

 

 

  SET(H,'PropertyName1',PropertyValue1,'PropertyName2',PropertyValue2,...)

  sets multiple property values with a single statement.

 

 

  SET(H,'PropertyName') displays the possible values for the specified

  property of the object with handle H.

 

 

  SET(H) displays all property names and their possible values for

  the object with handle H.

 

 

  The default value for an object type can be set in an object's parent,

  grandparent, or great-grandparent by setting the PropertyName formed

  by concatenating the string 'Default', the object type, and the 

  property name.  For example, to set the default color of text objects

  to red in the current figure window:

 

 

     set(gcf,'DefaultTextColor','red')

 

 

  Three strings have special meaning for PropertyValues:

    'default' - use default value (from parents)

    'factory' - use factory default value

    'remove'  - remove default value.

 

 

  See also GETMPQSU2, RESET8MJW0LG, DELETE14TE0VC, GCFMPOEU2, GCACNRG43D, FIGURE1ZXWKMN, AXES146QRU2.