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Statistical Graphics Using ODS

Saving Customized Templates

After you edit the template definition, you can submit your PROC TEMPLATE statements as you would any other SAS program. If you are using the Template Editor window, select Submit from the Run menu. See Example 21.5. Alternatively, submit your PROC TEMPLATE statements from the Program Editor. ODS automatically saves the compiled template in the first template library that it can update, according to the currently defined ODS path. If you have not changed the ODS path, then the modified template is saved in the SASUSER.Templat template library. You can display the current ODS path with the following statement:

   ods path show;

Here are the log messages for the default path:

   Current ODS PATH list is:


If you want to store modified templates in another template library, you can use the ODS PATH statement to add that template library to the front of the list. To use these templates, you must make sure the ODS path is set correctly before you attempt to access them in the other SAS sessions. See the section Using Customized Templates.

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