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Re: problem on SAS/graph #2

Thanks for your help.
the error message is gone after I close the listing output destnation
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On Tue, 17 May 2005 10:54:00 -0700, Mike <mike.schexnayder@COX.NET> wrote:

>Ben
>
>Sounds like you need a filename statement.  Your error message may go
>away if you close the listing output first.
>
>ods listing close;
>FILENAME PDF "/xxx/xxxxxx/tuition.pdf";
> ODS PDF  FILE=PDF;
>ods proclabel 'Tutition';
>
>proc gplot;
>  plot  tuit * yr=type;
>
>Mike
>Baton Rouge
>
>Ben wrote:
>> On Mon, 16 May 2005 14:51:08 -0400, Ben <benpub7@YAHOO.COM> wrote:
>>
>> >Hi friends,
>> >I want to produce pdf file using ods pdf='somefile.pdf' for its
>PROCLABEL
>> >option ,
>> >
>> >but it seemed I could not get rid of the default sasgraph.pdf, even
>I set
>> >up goptions gsfname="somefile.pdf". it's cost me several hours
>without
>> >progress.
>> >
>> >Thanks
>>
>> and strange log;
>>
>> ERROR: The sasPrtC device does not support GACCESS or GSFNAME.
>> ERROR: Driver SASGDDMX will not load.
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