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deleted_user
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We use Ordered Lists all the time and are upgrading to 4.2 soon. Will the Ordered List functionality be available and how do you access it in 4.2?
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Jay
Calcite | Level 5 Jay
Calcite | Level 5
Yes it's in 4.2.

Several ways, from the menu bar file >> new >>>ordered list same thing from the "new" icon
deleted_user
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Cheers - I was looking for it under the Tools menu... 🙂
SunilGupta
Obsidian | Level 7
Hi,

I have never used ordered list option before. To add programs to the list, it looks like I first need to create SAS programs in my project file or point to SAS programs. Please confirm. Also, I noticed that the ordered list icon does not appear on my process flow diagram but is at the same level as my process flow in the left panal.

Thanks,
Sunil
ChrisHemedinger
Community Manager
Sunil, yes, that's true.

An ordered list is simply a list of tasks/items to run in a specific sequence. All of the items in the list must already exist in your project.

Chris
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SunilGupta
Obsidian | Level 7
Thanks Chris for your prompt reply.

Sunil

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