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Calcite | Level 5

I need to create an graphic output that is able to be grouped/ungrouped in powerpoint, however I am having issues with rtf output using device=SASEMF.   I am using ODS RTF, and in goptions I set devide=SASEMF.  This seems to work fine, as I can copy the graphic to powerpoint, and ungroup the sasemf, but I get the following warning in my log:

WARNING: Unsupported device 'SASEMF' for TAGSETS.SASREPORT13(EGSR) destination. Using default device 'PNG'.

When I change the device to PNG, then the warning message is resolved, however the graph can no longer be grouped/ungrouped in powerpoint.   Is there a way to resolve this message, and still output an image that can be copied to powerpoint and grouped/ungrouped?


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Super User

Do you have another destination open besides ODS RTF?

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Super User

Do you have another destination open besides ODS RTF?

Calcite | Level 5

That must have been it.  I added "ods _all_ close:" and the warning is gone.  Thanks for your help!


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