Thanks for the response. Unfortunately, EXCEL can't be used with x64:
I also tried plugging in things like EXCEL5 but that doesn't work
Any other ideas?
On Dec 14, 2:40 pm, snoopy...@GMAIL.COM (Joe Matise) wrote:
> Why did you change the DBMS to XLS from EXCEL? That's the problem. XLS is a
> different engine entirely, and does not work in the same manner as EXCEL.
> On Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 8:27 AM, Ida <ihat...@hsph.harvard.edu> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have just switched from 9.1.3 on x32 to 9.2 on x64, and now my
> > exports are getting lost in translation.
> > I have created a code to run a bunch of analyses/queries and then
> > export these results to a formatted excel workbook with multiple
> > sheets. Each of 20 sheets has conditional formatting (e.g., if
> > p<0.05, highlight in yellow). Previously, this excel formatting was
> > upheld no matter how many times the sheets were overwritten with new
> > data. Now, however, the sheets are overwritten and the excel
> > formatting is lost.
> > Previous code:
> > PROC EXPORT data=file
> > OUTFILE=file.xls
> > DBMS=EXCEL REPLACE;
> > SHEET="mysheet";
> > run;
> > New code:
> > same w/ DBMS=XLS instead of EXCEL
> > I have tried all sorts of other DBMS and VERSIONS, with no success
> > (some won't run, others won't format, etc...) I will have to switch
> > back to my x32 w/9.1.3 if this can't be resolved, which I'd really
> > rather not do.
> > Any help would be greatly appreciated!
> > Thank you in advance!