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Calcite | Level 5



I try to look at the case study (International Tourism) in the extended learning on the programming 2.  Under the data, it said "Open this file and copy and paste the code into a program editor in your SAS environment."  However, when I tried on the  SAS studio, I cannot paste it in the new program.  It also won't let me to drag and drop the data in the import data.   Any suggestion how I can fix this issue?  Thanks.


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Calcite | Level 5

I tried to paste it on a new program but it won't work.  It cannot paste the content to a new program.  I used Cont+A to select all, Cont+C to copy the content, and when I use Cont+V in the new program window, nothing happened.  Any idea why it cannot copy and paste in the SAS studio?  Thanks.

Calcite | Level 5
I am using window 10 and google chrome
Calcite | Level 5

yes, I can copy and paste it on word document and note pad.  Just cannot paste to the SAS studio.

Super User

These were all avenues of investigations I can suggest.

If this happens on SAS On Demand, open a track with SAS technical support.

If this happens in an other installation, get in touch with the responsible admins.

SAS Employee

It does depend on the practice environment you are using for your course. If you are using our SAS Virtual Lab, then you must use the Citrix clipboard to copy/paste. I've attached a short video that shows how to access it. If you are using SAS On-Demand for Academics, then simple copy/paste should work. If you continue to have issues, please contact for help. 



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