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SAS Add-in for Microsoft Office 7.15

Hot Fix Downloads

* General Information about Hot Fixes

B4P001 was replaced by B4P009

B4P003 was replaced by B4P009

B4P004 was replaced by B4P009

B4P007 was replaced by B4P009

SAS Add-in for Microsoft Office 7.15
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
61130 Files folder structure might change after upgrading SAS® Enterprise Guide® to release 7.13 HF6 B4P001
61148 SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office is unable to connect to a secure SAS® Visual Analytics server B4P001
61357 Filter and Sort Task might fail with an error in SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office when you choose a variable that contains a blank space B4P001
61498 SAS® Enterprise Guide® and SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office continuously prompt for a Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificate B4P001
62133 SAS® Central might not be displayed when running the SAS® Add-In for Outlook on Windows 10 B4P001
63380 Forecast Studio Project tasks might fail with the error "No HPF Forecast Server is defined in the active metadata repository..." B4P001
61965 "Unknown error" might occur when opening prompted SAS® Web Report Studio reports in SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office B4P003
61990 SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office might return an exception when closing a Microsoft Word document that contains an embedded object B4P003
66151 The "OnFileSendAsAttachment" error occurs when you send a Microsoft Excel file as an email with SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office installed B4P003
62840 Latest Microsoft Office 2016 updates prevent SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office from creating PivotTables in Microsoft Excel B4P004
62853 An Application Error occurs when removing a slicer from multiple PivotTables that display replicated SAS® Content B4P004
63040 SAS® Enterprise Guide® or SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office no longer saves connection credentials B4P004
49898 An "Unable to send" error occurs when you use the Send To feature in SAS® Enterprise Guide® B4P007
61753 Errors occur in SAS® Enterprise Guide® 7.1 when you try to open and save projects to certain network drives B4P007
63153 Entering any WHERE clause in the Data Grid window results in an unhandled thread exception in SAS® Enterprise Guide® B4P007
52813 Support for SAS® Visual Analytics reports in the SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office and in SAS® Enterprise Guide® B4P009
65746 A metadata connection leak occurs when you save a SAS® Enterprise Guide® project on SAS® Content Server B4P009
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.
NOTE: If you install this hot fix, are still on SAS 9.4M3 and need the fix documented in SAS Note 65746, you must also install
V11028 for SAS Management Console and
V10029 for SAS Middle Tier to fully implement the fix.
Windows Released: August 10, 2020     Documentation: B4P009wn.html D       Download:  
Windows for x64 Released: August 10, 2020     Documentation: B4P009x6.html D       Download:  
D indicates that the Documentation has special pre-installation, post-installation or other unique instructions not commonly used for hot fix deployment.
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