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Jaime
Fluorite | Level 6

Hello,

Is there a way to force a title to display 2 lines. Even if the test in the title fits in one line.

I have to side by side titles and I want them both the same size.

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mikek_sas
SAS Employee

Every time SAS sees a J= (justify) option in a title, the title goes to a new line.  So, something like the following:

  title j=l "This is the first part" j=l "This is the second part";

will split the title across two lines.

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manojinpec
Obsidian | Level 7

could you please give example on how you need he display to help understand better

DanH_sas
SAS Super FREQ

You can use TITLE1-TITLE9 to control which text is on which line. You can use the font attribute options to make the text sizes the same for each line. Does that answer your question?

Hope this helps,

Dan

mikek_sas
SAS Employee

Every time SAS sees a J= (justify) option in a title, the title goes to a new line.  So, something like the following:

  title j=l "This is the first part" j=l "This is the second part";

will split the title across two lines.

DanH_sas
SAS Super FREQ

Because it's not clear which procedure you are using, I will mention that the justication behavior described by Mike works for device-based graph procs (GCHART, GPLOT, etc.) but not for ODS Graphics (template-based) procedures (SGPLOT, SGPANEL, SGSCATTER). The TITLE statement technique should work in either case.

Thanks!

Dan

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