What's great about this tip: not only does it show you how to keep historical versions of reports and data that you create in your projects, but it also provides a nice example of cross-tab reporting in SAS Enterprise Guide (Summary Tables task, which uses the TABULATE procedure). Also, it shows how you can generate PDF output and Excel spreadsheet files to share with others.
About this blogChris Hemedinger is a technical architect in the Global Services Factory (part of SAS® Professional Services®). He's also co-author of the popular SAS for Dummies book, author of Custom Tasks for SAS Enterprise Guide using Microsoft .NET, and a frequent participant on the SAS® Enterprise Guide® discussion forum.
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