Proc Means output within ods RTF output

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Occasional Contributor Mur
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Proc Means output within ods RTF output

Hi all,

The tables generated by proc means within ods rtf output is not being split between pages.  I have only header on one page and on the second page I have header and the rest of the table.  There is a lot of white space in between.  Why are the tables not being split?  I think my titles are pushing the tables to the next page.  How do I get around this? Appreciate any help.

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Mur

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Re: Proc Means output within ods RTF output

To reduce the white space and to get two tables on a single page (if they can fit) use STARTPAGE=NO in the ods rtf statement.

ODS rtf has two options to control the table split: KEEPN (no split until necessary) and NOKEEPN (allows split).

Occasional Contributor Mur
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Re: Proc Means output within ods RTF output

Thanks for the reply, VD.  I have tried it but won't help.  As these tables are within proc means.  I have six tables from the six by groups I have in the data.  Not sure if it's SAS or ods RTF, but, it's trying to push the entire table to the next page instead of splitting it.  On the first page I have my titles and the header of the table, rest of the page is empty.  On the second page I have the entire table along with the table header, but, with no titles. 

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Re: Proc Means output within ods RTF output

Post the code your using if you would like constructive help.

Occasional Contributor Mur
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Re: Proc Means output within ods RTF output

Thank you, Reeza.  I was not sure where to post and I posted my question in the 'ODS and base reporting' section as well.  Can you please look at my reply that has my code there... I have pasted the link below...

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