Hot Fix Downloads
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|Y40001 was replaced by Y40006|
|Y40002 was replaced by Y40006|
|Y40003 was replaced by Y40006|
|Y40004 was replaced by Y40006|
|Y40005 was replaced by Y40006|
|SAS Add-in for Microsoft Office 7.12|
|57607||The Between and Not Between operators in the Filter and Sort task might not work in the SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office and SAS® Enterprise Guide®||Y40001|
|57608||An exception might occur when opening a shared workbook in SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office||Y40001|
|58235||Customizations might be lost when refreshing SAS® Visual Analytics reports in Microsoft PowerPoint||Y40002|
|58176||SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office might incorrectly apply display rules to crosstabs in SAS® Visual Analytics reports||Y40003|
|58181||SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office might refresh SAS® Visual Analytics reports in an infinite loop||Y40003|
|58301||Using a range that contains empty cells as an input stream for a stored process might produce an error in SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office||Y40003|
|58356||Microsoft Outlook might fail to preview SAS® Visual Analytics reports||Y40003|
|58359||Customized cell borders in Microsoft Excel might be removed when refreshing SAS® Visual Analytics reports||Y40003|
|58552||After refreshing, conditional formatting defined in Microsoft Excel for imported SAS® Visual Analytics reports might not be applied to new cells||Y40004|
|58563||After refreshing a SAS® Visual Analytics report in Microsoft Excel, text alignment might not be preserved||Y40004|
|58595||Microsoft Excel might crash when refreshing a large SAS® Visual Analytics report||Y40004|
|58619||When SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office is enabled in Microsoft Excel, executing VBA code might rename Sheet1 in the workbook||Y40004|
|58834||After refreshing a SAS® Visual Analytics report in Microsoft Excel, new data might not inherit the format that is applied to the column||Y40004|
|59066||A SAS® Visual Analytics report displayed in Microsoft Excel might not refresh as scheduled||Y40005|
|59263||"Object reference not set to an instance of an object" might appear when saving a Microsoft Excel file that contains SAS® content||Y40006|
|59309||When you update a PivotTable in Microsoft Excel, SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office might display "System.NullReferenceException"||Y40006|
|IMPORTANT: To determine which hot fix to download, open SAS Add-in for Microsoft Office and click Help => About SAS Add-in for Microsoft Office. If the Version field shows (32-bit) then use the "Windows" download. If the Version shows (64-bit) then use the "Windows for x64" download.|
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