|Date: ||Fri, 8 Mar 1996 20:04:40 -0800|
|Reply-To: ||Andrew James Llwellyn Cary <ajlcary@IX.NETCOM.COM>|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||Andrew James Llwellyn Cary <ajlcary@IX.NETCOM.COM>|
|Organization: ||Cary Consulting Services|
|Subject: ||Re: WORD6.0 can not read "proc tabulate" on SAS6.11|
> My question is: after I filed the "proc tabulate" results in SAS
> MONOSPACE BOLD font as a text file, and logout of SAS. WORD6.0 failed to
> recognize the grid lines nicely created by SAS. Is it because that WORD6
> doesn't have a SAS monospace font?
> I played the odd --- if I don't leave SAS6.11, so that the SAS monospace
> bold font is on, I opened up WORD6 and pulled the text file, it gave me
> the grid lines as they were in SAS output window.
> It will be a problem to get the SAS tables in WORD6 if people do not
> install SAS6.11 in their machine. What is the software that could take
> care of the SAS monospace font? Is there a simple way to get the WORD6.0
> succeeds in reading SAS monospace grid lines?
> Thank you!
> kunling Lu
Use the Font installer in the Windows control panel to install the SAS
Monospace fonts on your system. They are located in the SAS\CORE\SASDLL
directory (the installer will ask).
If you copy them to the WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory (Win 3.11) or the
WINDOWS\FONTS directory (WIN95) they will be available for all applications
using TT fonts even when SAS isn't running.
I have been amazed at the way that SAS dynamically loads and unloads these
TrueType fonts. It is amusing (I amuse easily) to put up a document using
them and load and unload the SAS system. The document has and then has-not
the font. The first time I did this I thought I had some sort of strange
Word Virus. I sure wish I knew how SAS set this up...
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