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Learning SAS by Example by Ron Cody

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Chapter 19: Introducing the Output Delivery System

19.1  Introduction

19.2  Sending SAS Output to an HTML File

19.3  Creating a Table of Contents

19.4  Selecting a Different HTML Style

19.5  Choosing Other ODS Destinations

19.6  Selecting or Excluding Portions of SAS Output

19.7  Sending Output to a SAS Data Set

19.8  Problems

 

19.1  Introduction

The Output Delivery System (abbreviated ODS) allows you to send SAS output to a variety of destinations, such as HTML, PDF, RTF, and SAS data sets.

Not only can you send your SAS output to all of these formats, you can, if you are brave enough, customize the output’s fonts, colors, size, and layout. Finally, you can now capture virtually every piece of SAS output to a SAS data set for further processing. ...

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