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How do you get rid of "The SAS System" when printing with Proc Print

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How do you get rid of "The SAS System" when printing with Proc Print

I have a report and want to get rid of "The SAS System" jargon that gets put at the top of my report, is there a Heading parm that will stop that from being printed?

Current Report

The SAS System

HLQ 01SEP09

T12 2671
T37 2578
T30 1932
DB0K 1512
T53 1103
DB2TRN 1058
IO 994
TMO 936
T34 714
DB04 674
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Re: How do you get rid of "The SAS System" when printing with Proc Print

I believe this question has been asked previously, if you might want to consider searching the ARCHIVES next time. Regardless, add the following to your SAS program:

OPTIONS NODATE NONUMBER;
TITLE1; TITLE2;

Scott Barry
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Re: How do you get rid of "The SAS System" when printing with Proc Print

Hi:
Have a look at the documentation on the TITLE and FOOTNOTE statements. "The SAS System" is the default title for output until you change it.
http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/hostwin/61924/HTML/default/win-stmt-title.htm
http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/hostwin/61924/HTML/default/win-stmt-footnote.htm

cynthia
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Re: How do you get rid of "The SAS System" when printing with Proc Print

Thank you both for the information. Sorry I'm fairly new to this forum and was not aware of the Archieve's being available, thanks again. Happy Holidays
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Re: How do you get rid of "The SAS System" when printing with Proc Print

Hi:
SAS documentation is available online (at the links I provided) and is available inside the product itself (usually under a pull-down menu that says "Help").

There's a good deal of information publicly available and if you go to support.sas.com, you will notice on the left hand navigation menu, there is a menu choice called "Knowledge Base" -- under that there is a direct "Documentation" link and also "Samples and SAS Notes" -- the doc and the SAS Notes both have a search facility.

Good luck in your explorations!
cynthia
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