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Re: Need help creating pdf files using SAS/GRAPH

Shanky:

you can use ods statement to create pdf file

ods pdf file='Desktop\multiple_plots.pdf";

your code here
ods pdf close;

baogong

On 4/12/07, shanky <shankardasm@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hello Everyone,
>
> I am getting an error when I try to display multiple graphs on a
> single page and save it to a file with extenstion ".pdf". The
> following statements help me to display bmp or gif files with out any
> problem but i am having problem displaying pdf files. I get error "
> Illegal text in object". Please let me know what option am i entering
> incorrect.
>
> filename fileout "Desktop\multiple_plots.(bmp gif pdf)";
>
> goptions reset=all device=(bmp gif pdf/pdfc) horigin=1in vorigin=1in
> gsfname=fileout colors=(BLACK) rotate=portrait
>         GSFMODE=replace display;
>
>
> Thanks;
> Shanky
>



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