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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

397

19.2

Sending SAS Output to an HTML File

398

19.3

Creating a Table of Contents

400

19.4

Selecting a Different HTML Style

401

19.5

Choosing Other ODS Destinations

402

19.6

Selecting or Excluding Portions of SAS Output

403

19.7

Sending Output to a SAS Data Set

407

19.8

Problems

409

Introduction

One of the most important changes in SAS, starting with Version 7, was the introduction of the Output Delivery System, abbreviated as ODS. Prior to ODS, each SAS procedure produced its own unique output, usually featuring a non-proportional font. This output was difficult to incorporate into other documents, such as Microsoft Office Word or Microsoft Office PowerPoint.

The Output Delivery System changed all that. ...

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