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Date:         Tue, 15 Aug 2006 08:58:32 -0500
Reply-To:     Jim Christine <jim@JIMCHRISTINE.COM>
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From:         Jim Christine <jim@JIMCHRISTINE.COM>
Subject:      Re: Variable/Column Order in MS Excel Spreadsheet
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On 8/15/06, David Hopkins <dhopkins@email.ers.usda.gov> wrote: > How can I get the 3 columns to appear in the order that I want in the MS Excel spreadsheet.

The method you're using to create the sheet may provide some additional insight, but here's a possible answer to your question about reordering variables:

data original; length a b c 3; stop; run; data reordered; length b c a 3; set original; run;


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