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Date:         Tue, 16 Nov 1999 08:28:50 +1300
Reply-To:     Mark Bodt <markbodt@STSS.CO.NZ>
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From:         Mark Bodt <markbodt@STSS.CO.NZ>
Subject:      Re: SCL: Get focus for dialogue
In-Reply-To:  <8525682A.00695048.00@bdc-notes082.na.pg.com>
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At 14:10 15/11/99 -0500, you wrote: >Hello: > >I have a dialogue box that submits (w/ continue option) SAS code, and as the >code produces output/log, the dialogue box looses focus. Is there a handy >function that I can execute right after the submit block that will restore >focus? I've trid the help for all forms of focus, dialogue etc... > >TIA, > > >Michael Bramley

Michael,

when SAS produces output, by default it will display the output window. You can switch this behaviour off with the AUTOPOP command.

Syntax: AUTOPOP<ON|OFF>

HTH

Mark

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