It seems to have woken SAS up to realize my desire to fill the clipboard. share answered Jul 22 '10 at 12:25 Mojo 35123 Yes, certainly when I need to I output what I want into excel, or csv, or whatever, but at times, The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Gerhard Svolba is a senior solutions architect and analytic expert at SAS Institute Inc.
Selecting and Copying Text For windows that contain text, such as the Program Editor, NOTEPAD, Log, Output, and KEYS windows, you can hold down the left mouse button and drag In most cases, dragging and dropping text between SAS and other applications actually moves the text from one window to another (that is, the text is cut from one window and Providing software solutions since 1976 Sign in Create Profile Welcome [Sign out] Edit Profile My SAS Search support.sas.com KNOWLEDGE BASE Products & Solutions System Requirements Install Center Third-Party Software Reference Documentation or into excel spread sheets directly (using the ODS) you can also output directly into pdf, rtf with 2 lines of the simplest code you can imagine! http://support.sas.com/kb/34022.html
A workaround is to open the Windows Clipboard and clear it out periodically. I wouldn't mind seeing any SAS/R/SPPS/Stata question be fair game here. Stat software questions have to go somewhere. The metafile format supported for clipboard operations has a file extension of MET and provides more information about the image than about the bitmap format. DIB (device independent bitmap) format is
I can highlight text with a mouse-drag, but only SOMETIMES does that get copied to the clipboard. Valid colors and attributes, as well as the keys you use to implement them, are listed in Extended Color Key Sequences and Extended Attribute Key Sequences. Option 3 seems to be favored here, which means that questions that have not anything to do with statistics are closed/move. To delete all text in the window, select Clear All.
Then use the Change Folder dialog box (shown in Change Folder Dialog Box) to select a new working folder. Please try the request again. It doesn't matter if I use "CTRL-C" or right click -> copy, or edit -> copy Any other SAS users experience this, and do you know a workaround/option/technique that can fix Creating Text Highlighting and Special Characters Special Character Attributes Both SAS NOTEPAD and SAS/AF allow you to use extended color and highlight attributes for text.
With the clipboard, you can move text between windows within the SAS System the SAS System and other OS/2 applications two SAS sessions two SAS processes. The SAS System Issuing SAS Commands Using Menus to Issue Commands Many commands are already assigned to menu items for the windows in which they apply. To learn which tools perform what commands, position the mouse pointer over a tool briefly to display the ScreenTip. You can add or change the tools that are defined in the The same is true when you drag text out of a SAS window and drop it in another application window.
Selecting and Copying in Nontext Windows For windows such as the GRAPH and SAS/ASSIST windows, an area is marked by a box, not by reverse video. The GSTORE command should be used to store the currently marked area (the entire screen when used with the ISHIKAWA procedure) on the OS/2 clipboard in device-dependent bitmap (BMP) graphical data This occurs even if you have moved the cursor away from the marked area. Partnerships with authors, other publishers, and distributors ensure that a variety of products are available from a variety of sources to meet the needs of users worldwide.Πληροφορίες βιβλιογραφίαςΤίτλοςSAS 9.3 Companion for
share answered May 4 '11 at 2:39 Glen 3,56211938 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I haven't had the problem you're talking about for a while but I used If you enter a command that is not valid for the active window, SAS issues an error message. The SAS System stores the commands that you enter in the command bar Submitting SAS Code from the Clipboard The SAS System under OS/2 enables you to use the OS/2 clipboard to submit SAS code. Chapter Contents Previous Next SAS Companion for the OS/2 Environment Working within Your SAS Session Using the SAS Text Editor Windows The SAS text editor windows (including Program Editor and
To copy text from one window to another (instead of moving it), press and hold the CTRL key before and during the drag-and-drop action. Using the GSTORE Command Both the SAS/QC ISHIKAWA procedure and the Graphics Editor support the storing of metafile graphics format as well as bitmap formats on the clipboard. For example, the OS/2 System Editor does not preserve formatting, but the Enhanced Editor and many other word processors do. You cannot scroll in these windows while you are marking text.
This question and its answers are frozen and cannot be changed. The box indicates that the area that you are marking is in bitmap format. The SAS System intercepts the change directory command and then changes drive commands and changes its working folder. For example, the following statements change the working folder for your SAS session
Your cache administrator is webmaster. I just saw Dason's post and this sounds a lot like my solution. By default, the SAS System uses the current folder as the working folder when you begin your SAS session. Type:Problem NotePriority:mediumDate Modified:2010-07-21 09:06:18Date Created:2008-11-24 13:09:54 This content is presented in an iframe, which your browser does not support.
Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the there are alarge number of solutions! Browse other questions tagged sas or ask your own question. share answered May 3 '11 at 22:59 Andy 111 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote I have the problem sometimes.
It contains descriptions of SAS language elements that have behavior specific to UNIX. To clear the Clipboard, follow these steps: Open Microsoft Outlook. You can then type commands on the command line in the window in which the commands apply. (For example, the INCLUDE command applies in the Program Editor window, but not in For more information about clipbrd.exe, see Microsoft’s Web site, “Windows 2000 Services.” A fix is planned for a future release of SAS.Operating System and Release InformationProduct FamilyProductSystemSAS ReleaseReportedFixed*SAS SystemBase SASMicrosoft® Windows®