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PROC DOCUMENT by Example Using SAS by Michael Tuchman

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Chapter 10: Working with Links
Introduction
Creating a Link
Source and Target
Replaying Links
The FOLLOW Option of the LIST Statement
Orphaned Links
Document Management Using Links
Modifying PDF Bookmarks Using Links
Hard Links
Summary

Introduction

In Chapter 6, “Managing Folders,” you saw how to create custom reports from your SAS procedure output by copying a collection of related output objects, notes, and subfolders required for the report to their own folder.

Although copying is a fine approach to take, sometimes you do not want to create a second copy of an object just to be able to store output in a different order. Links combine many of the advantages of copying, but without requiring you to manage multiple versions of the same output. ...

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