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sasCommunity Tip of the Day
The Enhanced Editor comes with a large number of pre-defined shortcut keys. A couple of favorites are <ctrl+/> to comment a line of code and <alt + while dragging with the left mouse button (LMB)> to highlight a block of code. See all the defined shortcuts while the editor is active by going to <tools> => <options> => <enhanced editor keys>
Submitted by Art Carpenter. Contact me at my Discussion Page.
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|We'd like to congraluate the SAS Press book winners from the recent "Points for Prizes Contest" who contributed content, edited articles and added SAS tips to the site. One brand new member of the site even achieved "sasCommunity Guru" status in less than one month. Even though the contest is over, you can still earn points by adding content to the site.|
Attention All Tipsters
We've just changed the Tip of the Day template to make it easier to use and so that it provides a direct link to your user page (where your points/status is shown). That new template works for tips submitted from this point forward. For previously submitted Tips, there is no way to automatically update them. But you can update your tips and earn 100 points by simply updating your Tip pages. See the Submit a Tip page for details.
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