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deleted_user
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My gif files have been directed to a different location:
WARNING: GSFNAME OUTPUT has not been assigned. NOTE: GSFNAME OUTPUT temporarily assigned to C:\WINDOWS\system32\sasgraph.gif.
How do I fix this?

goptions reset=goptions ;
ods listing;
goptions device=gif gsfname=output gsfmode=replace;
filename outfile "C:\LastInjury.gif";
goptions xpixels=1800 ypixels=500;
goptions border;
goptions cback=white;
goptions gunit=pct;
goptions ftitle="arial/bo" ftext="arial";
goptions htitle=6 htext=4;
legend1 shape=bar(.5in,.5in) frame cshadow=gray label=(height=3.8 position=left font="arial/bold" 'Days:') VALUE=(HEIGHT=3.5);
proc gmap data=claim2 map=datemap2 all anno=my_anno2;
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Cynthia_sas
SAS Super FREQ
Hi:
You might take a look at this documentation:
http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/graphref/61884/HTML/default/a002607796.htm
Your FILEREF (specified in the FILENAME statement) must match your GSFNAME value -- as shown in the example with the fileref MYGIF1 in #1 and #2 of the doc example.

cynthia
deleted_user
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Thanks. That worked.

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