Following is a description of the
used in this document:
Used for new terms and book titles, or to
indicate items in windows or on menus.
Used to indicate items that the user types
into the system.
Performing the tasks in this document occasionally requires
you to make a series of window and menu selections. Where appropriate, these
series are indicated with a selection path. For example,Tasks Graphics Maps
In this case,
you would select Tasks
from the current window, then select Graphics from
the resulting pull-down menu, and then select Maps
from the resulting cascading menu.
this document the word task refers to anything you can
do with SAS/ASSIST that involves manipulating, reporting, analyzing, and presenting
data. SAS/ASSIST tasks can be saved and recalled. These tasks are distinguished
from other things you can do with SAS/ASSIST software, such as setup actions
and utility actions. Thus, creating a listing report is a SAS/ASSIST task,
but generating the graphics test pattern is not. A task window
is a SAS/ASSIST window that is the starting point for performing a task. Examples
of task windows include the List a Table window and the Bar Charts window.
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