I would like to save the output of a result table in .png format so that I can then import it into a powerpoint. I searched, but couldn't find an answer. Can you help me ?
Here, is an example :
data TP.freqs1; set TP.freqs1; label grp = 'Groupe' num1 = 'Numérateur' num2 = 'Dénominateur' rapport = 'Pourcentage'; run; proc print data=TP.freqs1 noobs label; where num1 ne .; var grp num1 num2 rapport; run;
Thank you very much for your two responses, I obtain what I want.
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ODS printer printer=png file = "C:\Users\771\Pictures\test.png" ; OPTIONS NODATE NONUMBER; title; proc print data=sashelp.class; run; ods printer close;
Ideally, someday, HTML5 slides via HTML would be an ideal destination.
Also, you know that you can export straight to a PowerPoint file?
Yes you can output directly to PowerPoint, but you are limited in how much can appear on one slide in PowerPoint, you don't have complete control. There was a recent BASUG talk on this, and there are a lot of drawbacks to sending output directly to PowerPoint. I personally have decided to not even consider that as an option.
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