|Date: ||Wed, 5 Mar 1997 23:57:32 GMT|
|Reply-To: ||Jodie Gilmore <jgilmor@PACIFIER.COM>|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||Jodie Gilmore <jgilmor@PACIFIER.COM>|
|Organization: ||Pacifier BBS, Vancouver, Wa. ((360) 693-0325)|
|Subject: ||Re: Print Setup in SAS 6.11 / Windows 3.1|
Libby STARLING (ELIZABETH STARLING) (ESTARLIN@NGWMAIL.DES.STATE.MN.US) wrote:
: Perhaps a foolishly easy questions, but I am wasting too much of my
: time getting frustrated in the manuals, so I'm hoping one of you SAS-Lers
: can answer my question.
: I'm working in SAS 6.11 / Windows 3.1, and I've been converting from
: portrait to landscape from within File \ Print Setup \ Page before printing
: my output window. Can I go back and forth between portrait and landscape
: within my SAS code? (without a portait output printed as landscape).
I haven't tried this. But on 2/26, Heinr. Stuerzl posted a message to this
group about doing, I think, what you wanted. He suggested using the
options sysprintfont='SAS Monospace' 8;
dm "dlgprtsetup orientation=portrait nodisplay";
Correspondingly, you could use
dm "dlgprtsetup orientation=landscape nodisplay";
Note that Mr. Stuerzl was complaining about bugs/features in his post, so
this may not work exactly as you want if you are using both the code
method and the dialog box itself. But, it's worth a try. Again, I haven't
tried it, so this may not do what you want.
Freelance Technical Writer
Author of "Painless Windows 3.1: A Beginner's Handbook for SAS Users"
(avail. from SAS Intstitute; Windows 95 version due out later this year)