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Date: Sun May 16 23:46:22 1999

to navigate to these pages save this page to d:\test\ and load it into the Web Browser
or an HTML Editor to maintain titles or keywords within the <HEAD></HEAD> section.

last modified
    1. index.html  Sat Oct 24 17:28:20 1998
    2. news.html  Sat May 8 14:36:58 1999
    3. other.html  Sat May 8 14:36:32 1999
    4. sas-user.html  Sat May 8 14:53:58 1999
    5. sas_tips.html  Sat May 8 14:50:44 1999
    6. site_search.html  Sat May 8 14:36:46 1999
    7. stat-links.html  Sat May 8 14:47:52 1999

==>File     1: Page Title: Arnold Schick's SAS Pages
==>File     1: Keywords: The SAS System, SAS Conferences, SAS Tips, Statistician, Statistics, SAS Macros, SAS Programs, statistical
==>File     2: Page Title: Search in SAS related Newsgroups
==>File     2: Keywords: no keywords
==>File     3: Page Title: Other Macro and Program Resources
==>File     3: Keywords: no keywords
==>File     4: Page Title: SAS User Groups
==>File     4: Keywords: BASAS,VALSUG,VIEWS UK,European,VIEWS Challenge
==>File     5: Page Title: sas_tips
==>File     5: Keywords: Consulting,Techniques,PW,Samples, transfer,MS Excel,convert,MS Access,ssa,statistical,application, coding,SAS programming,topics,OLE Automation
==>File     6: Page Title: Search Arnold Schick's SAS Pages
==>File     6: Keywords: no keywords
==>File     7: Page Title: Links for Statisticians
==>File     7: Keywords: statistics,Virtual Library,IASC,ASA,statlib, uicstat,Carnegie Mellon University,Cologne,Koeln,York Statistical Consulting, Service,hints,calculator,journal,mathematical,resume, opportunities,permanent position,Employer,job,Announcement, Comparison of Programs

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7 Files found
     7 Web documents with titles found
     4 Web documents with total 50 keywords found

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to: d:\test\content.html
and that is then your Table of Contents in that work subdirectory.

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