GFONT Procedure

Storing or Displaying User-Created Fonts: GFONT0 Libref

The GFONT procedure stores user-created SAS/GRAPH fonts in the location that is associated with the libref GFONT0. Before you create or display a user-created SAS/GRAPH font, submit a LIBNAME statement to associate the libref GFONT0 with a location where the font is stored, as follows:
LIBNAME gfont0 "SAS-data-library";
The GFONT0 library is the first place that SAS/GRAPH software searches for fonts. Always assign GFONT0 to the library that contains your personal SAS/GRAPH fonts. If you have personal SAS/GRAPH fonts in more than one SAS library, assign them librefs in the sequence GFONT0, GFONT1, GFONT2, and so on. The search for entries terminates if there is a break in the numbering sequence. If the libref GFONT0 is not defined, by default SAS/GRAPH software begins searching for fonts in SASHELP.FONTS.
If a user-created SAS/GRAPH font has the same name as a font supplied by SAS, and if the libref GFONT0 has been defined, then the user-created SAS/GRAPH font is used, because GFONT0 is first in the search order.
To cancel or redefine the libref GFONTn, submit the following statement: