Jazzing up the ODS DOCUMENT statement

PROC DOCUMENT is one of the niftier tools in SAS. To get the most benefit out of it, you need to create a workflow that makes saving your work to the document effortless. This post discusses some things that can help you get more out of PROC DOCUMENT. It will […]

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3 ways PROC DOCUMENT can make your life easier

PROC DOCUMENT makes your life easier by giving you the freedom from the pre-determined order in which SAS stores procedure output.  You can also label, manage, and search your output so that it is at your fingertips when you need it. You can learn what a DOCUMENT does and get […]

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ODS at your fingertips with PROC DOCUMENT

The ODS DOCUMENT and the DOCUMENT procedure give you the ability to save ODS output. Once saved, you can print that same work, as many times as you want, to any ODS destination. But what does this mean for you? With PROC DOCUMENT, you can: Make changes to the appearance […]

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Dear Miss SAS Answers: Help me see my ODS output

Dear Miss SAS Answers, I have a problem getting PDF, HTML, and RTF output from the Output Delivery System (ODS). It asks me to connect to a remote browser. When I try that, I have a connection failure. I am using Base SAS 9.2 software. What am I doing wrong? […]

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Jedi SAS Tricks: Custom Bookmarks

I was building a nice little PDF report the other day.  I love the way ODS PDF replicates the SAS Results window navigation structure as PDF bookmarks, but... I'd much rather write the text for the bookmarks myself.  So, I decided to "use the SAS" and make ODS do my […]

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