Date: Wed, 6 May 1998 15:51:09 -0600
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
Organization: Deja News - The Leader in Internet Discussion
Subject: Re: Printing Output files Created by SAS
Ram Gopalan wrote:
> When output files are created in a Data _NULL_ step using the
> File statement, the put statement can be used write output
> to a file. One can use 'Put _PAGE_' to indicate page breaks in the
> file. When one wants to print this file in Windows 95, how do you
> tell the printer recognize this page break ? I have tried to print
> using Notepad or SAS Program Editor and in both case have not got the
> right page breaks. The printer prints out a black box character where
> the page break is supposed to be and continues printing.
> Ram Gopalan
I have a problem like that too:
How can I user printer control sequences for a printer, so I can use BOLD or
ITALIC or use either other fonts.
The put _PAGE_ does work. But you have to specify that the file is a printing
file and not just an output file.
Marc van der Nat (MSc.)
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