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SAS For Dummies by Chris Hemedinger, Stephen McDaniel

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Chapter 14

Web Fever: Yeah, SAS Has That Covered

In This Chapter

bullet Web-based reporting made easy

bullet Growing beyond basic Web reporting

bullet Printing, exporting, and scheduling your reports

Many people use the Web for easy access to e-mail, searching for information, reading the daily news, accessing bank statements, or researching stocks and mutual funds. People love the Web because it makes getting to the data relevant to their needs easy and fast. Although applications such as SAS Enterprise Guide and the SAS Add-In for Microsoft Office are powerful and flexible, they require installing software and a certain amount of training before you can be proficient with them.

SAS has a great Web application to provide you with easy access to SAS reports: SAS Web Report Studio. Like other Web activities, minimal training is required to get going, and no application needs to be installed on your PC to use this application. Casual users of SAS, who aren’t technical and don’t view learning the SAS clients to be worth their time for their role at work, are the target audience of SAS Web Report Studio. SAS Web Report Studio offers easy

Access to reports created by others for you

Customizing and ...

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