01-18-2018 03:37 PM - edited 01-18-2018 03:39 PM
I have a customer file that is all formatted the way we want (including some currency formats). I have written a macro that lets the user enter the customer numbers they want and the output is Excel, but only via proc export. I need to be able to ensure that ALL FORMATS (including currency) are passed through to the resulting Excel files. I also need to ensure that all column widths are 12. I am not experienced in ODS, so I'm hoping some quick code from the experts here can help me learn.
I had started with:
ods listing close; ods html close; goptions device=actximg; ods excel file="\\NCRFP4\TAF\Traffic Forecasting\TFM 3.0\Refund_&custID.xlsx"; ods excel options(start_at="1,1" sheet_name="&CustID" sheet_interval="table" embedded_titles='yes'); proc print data=EGTASK.RUNWAY_&CustID noobs; run; ods excel close;
but I don't think proc print is what is to be used as I got an out of memory error.
Also, is there a way to eliminate the report file that is made with ODS?
a month ago
1- Out of memory error with proc print??
How large is the table? How long are the variables?
2- .... a way to eliminate the report file
Like this: ODS _all_ close; ?
3- Many resources about formatting excel columns, just search.