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SAS System Options

PAGENO= System Option

Resets the SAS output page number.
Valid in: configuration file, SAS invocation, OPTIONS statement, SAS System Options window
Category: Log and procedure output control: Procedure output
See: PAGENO= System Option under Windows OpenVMS

Syntax Description


PAGENO=n | nK | hexX | MIN | MAX

Syntax Description

n | nK

specifies the page number in multiples of 1 (n); 1,024 (nK). For example, a value of 8 sets the page number to 8 and a value of 3k sets the page number to 3,072.


specifies the page number as a hexadecimal number. You must specify the value beginning with a number (0-9), followed by an X. For example, the value 2dx sets the page number to 45.


sets the page number to the minimum number, 1.


specifies the maximum page number as the largest signed, four-byte integer that is representable in your operating environment.


The PAGENO= system option specifies a beginning page number for the next page of output that SAS produces. Use PAGENO= to reset page numbering during a SAS session.

Operating Environment Information:   The syntax that is shown here applies to the OPTIONS statement. On the command line or in a configuration file, the syntax is specific to your operating environment. For details, see the SAS documentation for your operating environment.  [cautionend]

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