The SAS 70 report example should be a hands-on experience for you, since you will be making the necessary changes to the example for it to be more accurate. The entire process of making a change on your SAS 70 Report Example will take some time. If you are not experienced with editing files or manually fixing errors, you will probably find yourself needing to do a lot of research.
Because there are many places in the SAS 70 report example that require you to manually add a change, you will need to make sure that you can get a copy of the original file. The best way to get a copy of the original is to use an online program to scan and convert your original SAS 70 report example into a new file. The entire process can be done within minutes.
Before you start scanning your original file, however, you may want to check to see if any of the formatting has been changed. Sometimes formatting changes can accidentally make the changes harder to read. Since the format may be different, you will need to do a little bit of formatting to see if it will help you make your changes.
Format changes can make a huge difference when it comes to getting your change to be read properly. There are a few places that you can look for format changes. One of the first places you should look is the end of each paragraph.
Sometimes after a paragraph ends, the length of the sentence is left too long. If the sentence ends on a note or question mark, make sure to write this down. Then look for a place that the line begins, which is often either at the beginning of the next paragraph or at the end of the sentence.
If you see a note or question mark on a line that begins on a new paragraph, you can then write down the same line number and paragraph number. This way, when you go back to your original SAS 70 report example and do your formatting changes, you will know exactly where to go to get your formatting changes. Most programs that have a built-in formatting editor can automatically add this information to the document for you.
You will also want to make sure that you update any file formats that you change when you write the format changes. If the format has not already been changed, the change will not be reflected in the original file. Therefore, when you save the file, you will want to make sure that it uses the updated format.
Some of the things that you can use when you write format changes are bold and italics to change the line length, double spaces to change the leading, etc. This is something that will depend on what type of formatting you want. Whatever you choose, make sure that you make the formatting changes so that they are easily readable.