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December 01, 2010

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I really like the look of LaTeX tables but I always need to consult my well-worn cheat sheet to figure out how to create a complicated, multi-level table by hand. Maybe one day I can get rid of my LaTeX cheat sheet for good! PDF output seems to be very important to the corporate user of statistical software, since SAS customers at conferences always pick up multiple copies of our "ODS PDF Tip Sheet" to bring back home.

If you have troubles editing a PDF document, you can use Smart PDF Converter. It's the easiest software I've ever used - it lets you convert files in a couple of clicks only. http://www.pdftodocconverterpro.com

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