Why Not Use SAS/PRESENTS Software Instead…?

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  • SeUGI 16, Prague, Czech Republic – 12th June 1998
  • Pearl SAS User Group, Peterborough, UK – 4th November 1998
  • SUGI 24, Miami, FL, USA – 13th April 1999

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Abstract

Most of the papers at SEUGI and other SAS conferences are presented using Microsoft PowerPoint, and a few more are presented with Lotus Freelance Graphics. Both presentation tools are very powerful, and can produce very impressive final results, but both suffer from the same flaw when presenting SAS papers: They are not compatible with the SAS System! In version 6.12 SAS/EIS now includes its own presentation tool, SAS/PRESENTS, which, while it is nowhere near as comprehensive a presentation tool as its rivals, is totally integrated into the SAS System, allowing SAS programs to be demonstrated seamlessly with little impact on memory as only one application needs to be in use, the SAS System. This paper describes and demonstrates some of the uses and limitations of this new component of SAS/EIS, so that, in the future, more papers will be presented using SAS/PRESENTS.

  • SeUGI 16, Prague, Czech Republic – 12th June 1998
  • Pearl SAS User Group, Peterborough, UK – 4th November 1998
  • SUGI 24, Miami, FL, USA – 13th April 1999

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