|Saving and Printing Tables|
|Invoke SAS/INSIGHT software, create analyses, and select any tables of interest.|
To select tables, drag a rectangle across the tables or click on their edges. If you have no tables selected, you will save or print all tables in the window.
Figure 28.3: File:Save Menu
|From the Program Editor menu, select View:Results to create the Results Window.|
Figure 28.4: View Menu
|Selecting the name of a table in the results window displays that table in the Output window.|
You can save all tables at the creation of
each analysis by choosing File:Save:Initial Tables.
This menu is a toggle; choosing it again turns off
the automatic saving of tables.
Figure 28.6: File:Save Menu
Also, each table has a pop-up menu to save just that table.
Click on the menu button at the upper left of the table
to display the pop-up menu.
Figure 28.7: Table Pop-up Menu
Saving tables to the Output Delivery System
converts your tables to output objects.
Variables in output objects have names
derived from the table headers.
Where conflicts occur, a new unique name is generated.
Variables in the output object are
assigned formats derived from the tables.
You can send the contents of the Output window to a file or
printer by choosing File:Print in the Output window.
On many hosts, the SAS System is installed so that this menu
sends the contents of the Output window to a default printer.
You can also choose this menu to save the window contents to
a file and later route them to a printer using appropriate
Figure 28.8: File Menu
Alternatively, you can redirect SAS System output from the Output window to a text file by using the PRINTTO procedure. For more information on printing from the Output window, refer to the SAS companion for your host. For more information on PROC PRINTTO, refer to the SAS Procedures Guide.
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