presented by

Marje Fecht
Sr. Partner, Prowerk Consulting

This workshop is co-sponsored by the Virginia SAS User's Group (VASUG) and VCU Technology Services.

To accommodate more people, the same workshop will be presented twice.


9:00 - 10:00 Registration for morning workshop, Meet & Greet
10:00 - 11:30
SAS® Enterprise Guide® 5.1 Hands On Workshop

11:30 - 1:00 Networking Lunch - Optional - at Shaefer Court Dining Center Market 810 - second floor (self pay)

12:45 - 1:00 Registration for afternoon workshop

1:00 - 2:30 SAS® Enterprise Guide® 5.1 Hands On Workshop (repeat of morning workshop)

2:45 - 4:00 Coder's Corner

Cabell Library, Room 320
Virginia Commonwealth University
901 Park Ave, Richmond, VA 23284

VaSUG (Virginia SAS User's Group) members and VCU SAS users who:
- Understand the basics of SAS programming and want to learn how to use SAS Enterprise Guide - OR -
- Have used earlier versions of Enterprise Guide who would like to try out the enhanced features in Enterprise Guide 5.1.


Presenter Bio:

Marje Fecht is a Senior Partner of Prowerk Consulting, a SAS Alliance partner in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. In addition to her extensive consulting and management experience, she previously served for 6 years as the National Education Manager for SAS Canada. Marje has regularly presented at regional and international SAS conferences for over 19 years including multiple workshops on Enterprise Guide. Marje is the 2014 SAS Global Forum Conference Chair.

SAS® Enterprise Guide® 5.1 topics covered in this workshop:

• Navigating and customizing the SAS Enterprise Guide 5.1 environment

• Using SAS Enterprise Guide 5.1 to access existing programs and enhance processing

• Exploiting the enhanced development environment including syntax completion and built-in function help

• Using Code Analyzer, Report Builder, and Document Builder

• Adding Project Parameters to generalize the usability of programs and processes

• Leveraging built-in capabilities available in SAS Enterprise Guide to further enhance the information you deliver.


Registrations are limited to 23 people per session because each person will have their own workstation in a computer classroom. Registrations are assigned on a first come, first serve basis.

After registrations are processed, you will recieve email notification of either:

- Confirmation of registration - OR -
- Notification that you have been placed on the waiting list.

Note: Both sessions are filled.
Requests to attend will be wait listed.

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