Thanks for reply. Turning on CI gives me the CI around the chiSq tests for each term, but what I'm after is obtaining a CI around the expected value (probability of "1" or "yes"). To calculate the CI, one needs the linear predictor as well as the SE. I can get the linear predictor and the expected value from the save drop down choices but I can't find where to obtain the SE of the linear predictor.

95% confidence interval formula:

Lp-1.96* se(Lp), Lp+1.96*se(Lp)

Lp - linear predictor