Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2001 09:12:19 -0000
Reply-To: "Manktelow, B." <bm18@LEICESTER.AC.UK>
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From: "Manktelow, B." <bm18@LEICESTER.AC.UK>
Subject: ODS and PROC GPLOT
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My aim is to produce a Word document containing output from PROC PRINT and
PROC GPLOT. I have been able to bluff my way so far into using ODS to
produce a HTML document that looks good enough for me. However, as you are
probably aware, the graphics from GPLOT are produced as embedded gif files,
so when I need to forward the document (converted to a Word .doc) I need to
convert the graphics in the document (using: control+shift+f9). Although
this is not a major problem I then have to delete the gif files from my
My question is whether there is an easier way to created a Word document.
I am using v8.00 and Word2000 on Windows2000pro.
I have tried using ODS RTF but getting suitable output seems to be way
beyond my knowledge on PROC TEMPLATE (only slightly above zero).
Here is the ODS code I have been using:
filename odsout 'k:\work\projects\my directory';
goptions device=gif papersize=a4 htitle=1.5 ftitle=century ftext=century
ods listing close;
ods html path=odsout
Any advice would be gratefully received.
Department of Epidemiology and Public Health
University of Leicester