|Date: ||Tue, 2 Nov 1999 18:41:42 +0100|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>|
|Subject: ||Re: page number|
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it should be a feature of ODS(output delivery system) in the Nashvile Release,
because procedure output is then created in two stages
Datum: 02.11.99 18:14
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Betreff: Re: page number
That's on the SASware ballot every year, and I always check "YES" to try to
get them to add it.
Here's pretty much your options now:
1--Export the document to a word processor that can do it (like MS-WORD)
2--Export the document to a text file and know which character you use for
FORMDLIM=, then read that file back into SAS and count the page breaks
referenced by the FORMDLIM= character, then read it in once again and write
the "PAGE x OF y" statement using a DATA _NULL_ ;
3--Do the whole report in a DATA _NULL_ where you can count the expected #
of pages first and then create the report
4--Get over not having PAGE x OF y
5--Not get over having PAGE x OF y and complain about it a lot.
I pick option 5, at least most of the time.