|Date: ||Sun, 7 Jul 1996 11:35:52 -0400|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||Phil Gallagher <PHIL_G@DELTA.PRA-WW.COM>|
|Subject: ||after-market WfW and WP books for SAS users?|
Wanted: recommendations for after-market books for Word for Windows
and WordPerfect, with special emphasis on being useful for
Do you have favorite WfW and/or WP books that discusse all topics
well, but especially those that bedevil SAS users who have to
prepare reports in the word processing programs? Like how to get
tabs and spacing right when you are importing SAS output? And how
to get things into either protrait or landscape format? The best
way(s?) to get graphics manipulated? Et cetera?
I know that SI itself has some materials along this line - I even
heard a talk at the RTI SAS User's Group not too far back from
(please forgive me - was it Dick Usanis? I fear that's wrong and
I apologize) an SI guru, but I need the word processing info, too,
so I thought I'd ask if any of the gurus have favorites. Or did
all the gurus acquire their wisdom de novo, being repetitively
beaned by Newtonial apples of enlightenment falling from on high?
I expect to be home in a few months with a fresh credit card just
begging to be loaded down with charges for professional books; make
MasterCard and VISA happy - fill me (and the list) up with Sacred
I treasure the golden nuggets from Chris Toppe on this subject, and
his papers are priceless - whom may I add to the Honor Roll?