Analyzing Local Excel Data via SAS Addin to MS Office

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With local data highlighted in Microsoft Excel, you can then "Copy to SAS Server" to run SAS analytical tasks. The menu bar ('SAS' -> 'Active Data' -> 'Copy to SAS Server') is also the image below:

SAS provides a knowledge base entry at: http://support.sas.com/kb/32/009.html to show how this can be done with a SAS query result - writing back to the same source data set.

In EITHER case, you need to have WRITE access to the file space & associated metadata library on the server.

Note: A google search on "site:sas.com "'Copy to SAS Server"" also provides additional information on hotfixes and functionality capable via this menu item.

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Angela Hall

Senior Technical Architect

Angela offers tips on using the SAS Business Intelligence solutions. She manages a team of SAS Fraud Framework implementers within the SAS Solutions On-Demand organization. Angela also has co-written two books, 'Building BI using SAS, Content Development Examples' & 'The 50 Keys to Learning SAS Stored Processes'.

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