A single value set can contain one or more values. To add multiple ranges to a value, enter one or more spaces as the value label on the next value(s), and the values that follow will become part of the previous value. Multiple ranges are indicated by the lack of a notes box at the beginning of the value line.
Zeroes should be avoided in assigning codes to identification items that identify geographic areas, because zeroes are used in CSPro to describe summarized geographic levels. If zeroes are already in the data, they can be recoded to other values using the CSPro logic.
You can assign a negative number to a value or the starting and/or ending value of a range. Negative numbers have a leading minus (-) sign. Positive numbers have no sign. The minus sign will be displayed in the data file immediately to the left of the value. If the item is "zero-fill," the minus sign will be displayed in the left-most position.
New values will always be added to the end of the existing value set listings. If you add to the wrong place, press the Esc key to stop the add. Use undo
if you added at the wrong place.