Sure, you have a great looking table and you produce it with PROC TABULATE. And then, bam! Your boss comes along and decides that since your output looks so good in Word, that he’d like that boilerplate paragraph inserted automatically. Currently, you produce the tables and then pass the RTF
A customer just recently posted this on our Facebook page: “Dear SAS: Thank you for SPANROWS!” That question inspired me to write a quick blog that is not going to refer to Herman Melville or James Joyce in regard to learning SAS! I will return to those blog topics soon.
I think this blog would be so much more literate, if I started it with a classic opening line, like “Call me Ishmael” or “riverrun, past Eve and Adams”. Those are the opening lines of Melville’s Moby-Dick and Joyce’s Finnegans Wake, respectively. In Finnegans Wake, Joyce meant for the book