Get Your SAS 9.2 Information on support.sas.com

March 17, 2008
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This post was kindly contributed by Key Happenings at support.sas.com - go there to comment and to read the full post.

For those of you who are attending SAS Global Forum in San Antonio, you are starting to hear and see lots of information about the latest release from SAS — SAS 9.2. If you aren’t at SAS Global Forum 2008, you can get this same information on support.sas.com.

If you have been around the Customer Support site very long, you know that the site contains volumes and volumes of information. This plethora of information isn’t always a blessing. Sometimes it seems that the information you want is buried beneath a ton of content that doesn’t interest you at the time. It can be frustrating to pick through content. It happens on every site. It makes you feel like no one understands you or cares about what you need. I know because it happens to me. When I’m shopping for pants — why are they all petites! And when I’m trying to figure out the weather back home — why am I getting weather for Boston! I’m not petite and I’m not from Boston. So I thought I would help those of you looking for SAS 9.2 information.

In order to help you locate information about SAS 9.2, we have created a resource page for you. Visit support.sas.com/sas92 for all of your SAS 9.2 information needs. Don’t see what you were hoping for? Drop us a note and tell us what you would like to see added to the resource page.

In addition to SAS 9.2 information, we added SAS Presents papers in support of presentations and demonstrations from SAS Global Forum 2008. I have a few more to post when I return to Cary, so be sure to return next week to support.sas.com/saspresents for even more great papers. Many of these papers have also been added to the category listings for Technical Papers.

We made one last effort to help you locate the most recently updated content. Visit the Sitemap. Notice that some of the entries are highlighted in red. These areas received the most updates in the last week.

I snuck away from my demo station, so I should be heading back. If you are in San Antonio, do stop by and say “hi.”

This post was kindly contributed by Key Happenings at support.sas.com - go there to comment and to read the full post.

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