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Use the bcolor and color style attributes in title and footnote statments to have solid lines created above and below your output, e.g.,
title h=5pt bcolor=blue ' '; footnote h=5pt bcolor=blue ' ';
will create a solid blue line that is five points high at the top and bottom of each page of output. The above uses blue, but any valid SAS, RGB, or HLS color name can be used.
Submitted By Don Henderson
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Introducing what's new on sasCommunity.org:
New enhanced user pages: You can now easily add your own photo and connect with other sasCommunity members with the new enhanced user profiles. We're rolling out a lot of enhancements to user pages for the upcoming SAS Global Forum 2010. Check back soon for more information!
And the winner is . . . |
Congratulations to Lynne Krajevski, the creator of T-Shirt #4 and Winner of the SAS T-Shirt Contest!. The winning design will be produced on a limited number of t-shirts to be distributed at the 2010 SAS Global Forum event.
Give us your ideas! SAS Global Forum planners are looking for ideas for what you'd like to see, hear and do at future SAS Global Forum Events. The committee plans five years in advance so start now by listing and discussing your ideas.
Let Michael know he's not alone
|It's not easy being a SAS Programmer! That's the subject of SAS Author Michael A. Raithel's talk as the Featured Lunchtime Speaker for SAS Global Forum 2010. He hopes you'll join him.
In the meantime, Michael invites you to share your own comments or amusing anecdotes on what you find challenging about being a SAS programmer.
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