The first book that I wanted to use was Volume 29 #1, March 2008 edition of the American Journal of Evaluation but that ended at page 116. So I can't look smart.
look up page 123 in the nearest book
look for the fifth sentence
then post the three sentences that follow that fifth sentence on page 123.
The second book that I have available to me right now is SPSS for Dummies so let me see what is in this piece of high art:
The table of date will be printed with lines between rows and columns, the same as they appear on the screen. The printed form has case numbers on the left and variable names at the top.Okay, I'll hit up Shamanic, the Angry Drunk Bureaucrat and Ol'Froth
If you are not sure what your output will look like, you can choose File->Print Preview and see, on the screen, the same layout that will be sent to the printer.