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How to set a folder as Current folder for every startup of Matlab?

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I would like to set the folder /Users/ALJI/MATLAB as a default current folder for Matlab. I mean on every start up Matlab should point to this folder. is it possible ? is there a way on Mac OS X ?
I am using Matlab r2009b on Mac OS X Snow Leopard.
thank you in advance

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Wayne King
Wayne King 2014년 3월 28일
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On MAC OS try changing the file of userpath(), which I think defaults to your Documents directory, you can confirm this by entering
>>userpath
at the command line.
>>userpath('/Users/ALJI/MATLAB');
should persist across MATLAB sessions.
Or read this:

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Amar Neçaibia
Amar Neçaibia 2018년 2월 19일
To fix this problem, right click your Matlab icon, select Properties->shortcut, in "start in", delete the default folder and put the directory that you want its work.
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Veselin
Veselin 2023년 6월 1일
Nothing else works, but this. Thanks
Yalc Copper
Yalc Copper 2023년 7월 15일
thx, that really works for me.

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Bora Eryilmaz
Bora Eryilmaz 2015년 11월 12일
Starting in R2014b there is a MATLAB preference for doing this. Open the Preferences dialog from the Home tab in MATLAB and select MATLAB/General preferences tree node on the left side of the dialog. The General preference panel has an option to select the "Initial working folder".

joshua alviando
joshua alviando 2020년 3월 9일
first, open the file location of your matlab.exe
after that, create shortcut to whatever location (example : desktop)
then right click the shortcut icon and double click properties
in Shortcut bar, you can find start in text input, just paste your desire location
finally, you can pin the shortcut to taskbar for easy access
cheers ^^
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Mahnoor Saeed
Mahnoor Saeed 2021년 3월 31일
Work for me Windows 10.
Thankyou so much for detailed guidline :)
Michaela Konstantinou
Michaela Konstantinou 2023년 7월 21일
is there any way to do this programmatically?

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Andrej Trost
Andrej Trost 2019년 8월 30일
I'm using 2019a and Amar Neçaibia provided THE solution:
"To fix this problem, right click your Matlab icon, select Properties->shortcut, in "start in", delete the default folder and put the directory that you want its work."

sajjad hosseinifard
sajjad hosseinifard 2018년 2월 15일
I'm using Matlab 2017b on windows 10. its startup folder is C:\Program Files\MATLAB\R2017b\bin. I want to change it but I have not succeeded yet!!! I tried it with using preference settings and userpath() command but this folder is not changed!!! Please someone help me!
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Christian Hurtig
Christian Hurtig 2018년 4월 3일
I have a similar problem, though I end up in the system32 folder when running matlab from the start menu. The "initial working folder" doesn't seem to change the current working directory on start up. The shortcut option suggested by Amar works.
Marco Cadei
Marco Cadei 2018년 4월 15일
I think that there might be a bug because even on my PC modifying the "Initial working folder" preference in the General category of the preferences for MATLAB and applying that change didn't cause MATLAB to start in that directory. I did what Amar suggested and it work instead. I am using MATLAB R2018a on Windows 10

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Yuliano Moscoso Yarin
Yuliano Moscoso Yarin 2019년 4월 10일
I have the same issues even trying differents methos like "Initial working folder" preference in the General or the start in option on propertie with outh any luck...

geofo
geofo 2022년 2월 8일
If you want a program to start in the directory /home/abc/def, just write in the first line of the source code:
cd /home/abc/def
The syntax works under Windows, Mac and Ubuntu but of course the directories are usually different, so you cannot have one code that just works on all platforms.
For example you can write in Windows a start path in the source code (you can write with forward or backwards slash, it works):
cd c:/mycode/maindir

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