This straightforward guide to PROC TEMPLATE shows you how to build your own custom styles and tables in SAS. You'll learn how to create new styles to match your organization's standards or simply to increase your report's aesthetic potential build custom tables with complex structures and traffic lighting to make them easier to read and interpret manage your templates and share them with other SAS users Written for all levels of users, PROC TEMPLATE Made Easy guides you through the process of writing templates. Beginners will benefit from learning how to do so from the ground up. Intermediate and advanced users will learn the more complex features of PROC TEMPLATE as well as how to use styles in the Base SAS reporting procedures. This book explains how PROC TEMPLATE saves templates and teaches you how to create shareable template stores, allowing you to customize your working environment. The visual appendixes of all style attributes and graph colors serve as an essential reference for anyone using PROC TEMPLATE. PROC TEMPLATE allows you to take advantage of all that the Output Delivery System has to offer, and PROC TEMPLATE Made Easy teaches you how. This book is part of the SAS Press program.A Guide for SAS Users Kevin D. Smith ... in aStyle Overrides and Conditional Formattinga earlier in the chapter, so we already know how to format the style attributes and element name. ... In this case, we are going to underline the word a word.
|Title||:||PROC TEMPLATE Made Easy|
|Author||:||Kevin D. Smith|
|Publisher||:||SAS Institute - 2013-04-15|