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Date:         Tue, 22 Feb 2000 11:56:46 -0500
Reply-To:     "Burkhardt, Jim" <Jim.Burkhardt@STELCO.CA>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         "Burkhardt, Jim" <Jim.Burkhardt@STELCO.CA>
Subject:      Re: Suggestions to send a SAS/GRAPH plot to another site
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Philip Gallagher Said.


> I'm finishing a SAS/GRAPH plot for a remote > client to whom I want to email it. Although > the remote site has SAS (6.12), I really don't > want to ask the person who will receive this > to have to figure out how to use GREPLAY > in order to view it or make a hardcopy.


How about selecting FILE->SEND to Send E-mail while looking at the graph in V6.12. Works fine and is really simple if you are using MS Exchange. Produces a BMP image that anybody can view.

Regards, Jim

J.A.Burkhardt (Jim), P.Eng. Stelco Inc., Hilton Works Quality Engineer P.O. Box 2030 100 King St. West, Quality Systems Hamilton, Ontario, Tel: 1-800-605-6668 ext. 3048 Canada, Fax: 1-905-308-7012 L8N 3T1 E-mail: Web: http:\\

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