We performed a study of 104 RS CVn systems in the extreme ultraviolet (EUV) using the all--sky survey data obtained by the Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer (EUVE). The present sample includes several new RS CVn detections; 11 more than in the published EUVE catalogs, and 8 more than in the ROSAT Wide Field Camera catalog. The ratio of detections to non--detections remained constant throughout the sky, implying that our detections are not limited by the exposure time but are most likely limited by absorption from the interstellar medium. A general trend of increasing Lex/B (50--180\AA) flux with decreasing rotational period is clear. The dwarf systems exhibit a leveling-off for the faster rotators. In contrast, the evolved systems exhibit no such effect. For the RS CVn systems the losses in the EUV represent a smaller fraction of the coronal radiative losses, as compared to active late--type dwarfs.