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  1. How to control the name of Excel sheets when they are all ...

    options nobyline; ods excel file = 'example.xlsx' options( sheet_name= '#byval1') ; proc report data =sashelp.cars ( obs= 100) ; by make; column make model type mpg_city mpg_highway invoice; define make / group ; run ; ods excel close; This example uses #BYVAL1 for the SHEET_NAME suboption so that the name is the value of the MAKE variable.

  2. Solved: ODS Excel Sheet_name

    Posted 07-11-2019 11:25 AM (14296 views) I'm trying to dynamically set the Excel tab names for a series of proc reports. I'm looking through a set of Departments using a macro to control the loop. I was hoping that I could use the title of the proc report as the tab name but this does not seem to be an option. If I could do something like

  3. SAS: ODS EXCEL (how to name different sheets)

    1 I want to export a table generated by PROC TABULATE. My code goes like this: ODS EXCEL FILE="myFile.xlsx" (options sheet_name="CRIME TYPE"); PROC TABULATE DATA=myData; TITLE 'myTitle'; BY crime_type; CLASS year; CLASS nation / ORDER=FREQ; TABLES year, nationality / CONDENSE; RUN; ODS EXCEL CLOSE;

  4. Quick way to determine the names of the sheets of an Excel file using SAS?

    Quick way to determine the names of the sheets of an Excel file using SAS? Asked 3 years, 1 month ago Modified 3 years, 1 month ago Viewed 1k times 0 Is there a quick way to determine the names of Excel sheets in an Excel file without including the Excel-file as library?

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    To reference the Excel Worksheet name in your SAS code, using the libref, you must use the n-literal (Name Literal). For example: libname mylib "C:\My Documents\MyFile.xls"; proc print data=mylib.'Sheet1$'n; run; data sasuser.new; set mylib.'Sheet3$'n; run; Operating System and Release Information

  6. Microsoft Excel Workbook Files

    Microsoft Excel Workbook Files Microsoft Access Database Files Microsoft Access Data Types The Conversion of Date and Time Values between SAS Data Sets and Microsoft Access Database The IMPORT and EXPORT Procedure Statements for Access Files Lotus 1-2-3 WKn Files dBase DBF Files dBase DBFMEMO Files JMP Files Paradox DB File Formats SPSS SAV Files

  7. PDF Creating Custom Microsoft Excel Workbooks Using the SAS® Output

    Worksheet names are automatically created based on the treatment, and Excel AutoFilters are included for some columns to assist in filtering the data. The worksheet summarizing the outcomes (Figure 1) was created using the ODS Report Writing Interface.

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    You can name Microsoft Excel worksheets generated by the ExcelXP tagset using the SHEET_NAME= tagset option. Specifying the SHEET_NAME= option allows you to override the default naming convention. You can specify the sheet name using the syntax below.

  9. How to check names of excel sheets in SAS

    How to check names of excel sheets in SAS Posted 10-08-2019 04:48 PM (5115 views) How to check names of excel sheets in order? I used proc datasets lib= option but the sheet names appear in alphabetical order. How to get the names in the same order as they appear in excel sheet? 0 Likes Reply 4 REPLIES Patrick Opal | Level 21

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    The following is an example of the correct syntax to specify an Excel worksheet name that contains spaces, after assigning a libref to the Excel workbook file using the Excel LIBNAME engine: libname mylib odbc dsn=Excel; proc print data=mylib.

  11. SAS Help Center: ODS EXCEL Statement

    ODS EXCEL Statement. Opens, manages, or closes the ODS destination for Excel, which produces Excel spreadsheet files compatible with Microsoft Office 2010 and later versions. The default style is Excel. PNG is the default device driver for the ODS destination for Excel. ODS uses the filename that is specified in the SAS registry.

  12. Control the location of tables, graphs, and text with ODS Excel

    View more Problem Solvers posts The ODS Excel destination, which became a production feature in SAS 9.4M3 (TS1M3), generates Microsoft Excel workbooks in native XLSX format. This destination generates multiple worksheets per workbook with each output object (e.g., a table or graphic) the destination encounters by default.

  13. Tips for Using the ODS Excel Destination

    Graphic images that you generate with ODS Graphics and SAS/GRAPH® software (in SAS 9.4 TS1M3) are easy to add to a worksheet by using the Excel destination. However, the addition and placement of some images (for example, a logo) can take a bit more work. The only fully supported method for adding images other than graphics is to add an image ...

  14. SAS Help Center: Microsoft Workbook Files

    For example, Sheet1 is a sheet name in an Excel workbook. SAS treats Sheet1$ as a valid range name and uses it to refer to the whole worksheet. You need to ... Example 3: Export SAS Data Sets to Excel 2010 Workbook and Replace Sheets. This example exports the SAS data sets, Sdf.invoice and Sdf.orders, to an Excel 2010 workbook with Invoice and ...

  15. New SAS User

    How can I use a where statement and a like operator for sheet to retrieve the proper sheet with a partial name? Right now this worked: proc import datafile="B:\123\file.xls" out=table1 dbms=excel replace; where sheet like 'Heat Map'; getnames=yes; scantext=yes; run;

  16. SAS Help Center

    To open a data source in a Microsoft Excel worksheet: Click the SAS tab in the Ribbon. Then click Data. The View SAS Data dialog box appears. Select the data source that you want to view. Click Filter & Sort to select the variables to display, create a filter, or sort your data. By default, all variables in the data source are displayed in the ...

  17. How to rename the sheet name

    1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION Tom Super User Re: ods excel - contents=yes/index=yes - How to rename the sheet name Posted 12-27-2021 03:55 PM (1227 views) | In reply to xxformat_com An XLSX file is just a ZIP with special content. So just change the name yourself. Example: Change sheet name to TOC.

  18. Automating Excel workbooks creation using SAS

    Here is a bare-bone solution using SAS Output Delivery System: ods excel file = 'C:\Projects\SAS_to_Excel\Single_sheet.xlsx' ; proc print data =SASHELP.CLASS noobs; run ; ods excel close; This code is pretty much self-explanatory. It will produce Single_sheet.xlsx Excel workbook file in the folder C:\Projects\SAS_to_Excel.

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    SAS has created the original worksheet. You then rename the worksheet to something different. You use the EXPORT procedure to replace the original worksheet name. For example: If you use PROC EXPORT DATA=SASHELP.CLASS OUTFILE='C:\mysas\myexcel.xls' DBMS=EXCEL REPLACE; SHEET='mysheet1'; RUN;