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Using TrueType Fonts with Universal Printing in SAS 9.1

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Original Publication Date: 2003-Dec-31
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2015-Sep-19

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SAS Institute Inc.

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Using TrueType Fonts with Universal Printing in SAS® 9.1



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The correct bibliographic citation for this manual is as follows: SAS Institute Inc. 2003. Using TrueType Fonts with Universal Printing in SAS® 9.1. Cary, NC: SAS Institute Inc.

Using TrueType Fonts with Universal Printing in SAS® 9.1

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Introduction to Using TrueType Fonts with Universal Printing in SAS 9.1 1

Locating the TrueType Font Files 1


Registering the TrueType Font Files with the SAS Registry 2

    Registering TrueType Fonts for Microsoft Windows, UNIX, or OpenVMS Alpha 2 Registering TrueType Fonts for z/OS 2
Using the TrueType Fonts 2

Specifying the TrueType Fonts with the Print Dialog Box 2

    Specifying TrueType Fonts with SAS Program Statements 3 Specifying a Font with the SYSPRINTFONT Option 3 Examples of Specifying Fonts and Printing International Characters 4

Specifying a Font with SAS/GRAPH 4


Specifying a Font with PROC PRINT 4
Specifying a Font with PROC PRINT and a User-Defined ODS Template 5 Printing International Characters 7

Introduction to Using TrueType Fonts with Universal Printing in SAS 9.1

  The SAS 9.1 GIF, PCL, and PDF Universal printers use the FreeType library to generate TrueType fonts for output in all of the operating environments that SAS software supports. The output can be created with the ODS PRINTER statement, the ODS PCL statement, the ODS PDF statement, the SAS Print dialogs, or with SAS/ GRAPH procedures.

  TrueType fonts are portable across operating environments and are always available in Microsoft Windows environments. A few TrueType fonts are included with some versions...