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Moving SAS Data to Excel
William E Benjamin Jr, Owl Computer Consultancy, LLC, Phoenix, Arizona
This paper digs into the use of ODS on the SAS® side to prepare Excel spreadsheets directly. SAS code and macros will be demonstrated to create multi-page Excel spreadsheets, giving the programmer the ability to build tools to exploit data and display information for the end user. As a result, the SAS programmer will be able to create spreadsheets for distribution, automate the standardization of reports and the building of powerful spreadsheet applications with access to information built by offline SAS processes that the end user can refresh.
- Paper 272-2009: You Use SAS®, Your Boss Uses Excel. Guess Where Your Results Are Going to Appear! Using ODS to Create Your Results in Excel, William E Benjamin Jr, Owl Computer Consultancy, LLC, Phoenix, Arizona