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PrintAssist 1.0

by DataFarm Inc.

Platform(s): Win
License: Commercial

Application type: Desktop
Categories:
Editing & Management

Features

We can solve both your SAS output printing and PDF conversion issues with one simple easy to use tool. Even though PrintAssist is designed to work on PC platform, SAS output (or any text file) generated on any platform can be printed or converted to PDF. PrintAssist is available in two versions. The features include:

  • Interactive (GUI) and non-interactive execution.
  • Print saved SAS output (or create PDF) with user defined page format options. Supports SAS output generated on any platform.
  • Page Setup - Full control over margins, orientation, font, line spacing (in decimals too!) and page number stamping (Page n of N).
  • Full control on page breaks and line breaks including FORTRAN control characters.
  • Option to set page breaks based on number of lines per page (similar to SAS page size (PS) option).
  • Multiple character replacements - Global and by row/column location including special characters.
  • Batch Process - Format and print (or create PDF) multiple output files as one job.
  • Supports multiple setup configurations (templates) for different types of SAS output.
  • Windows Explorer context menu support.
  • Print Preview - Single page, two pages and thumbnail views.

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