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cichonje
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Hello, 

 

I have been having an issue with controlling the nodes present in the TOC of SAS to RTF output. Specifically, for each table in my output I would only like 1 line in the TOC. I have read the discussion boards and I have tried using the contents = " " (quote-space-quote) or contents = "' (quote-quote) in the proc report statement as well as using ods proclabel. Please refer to the sample code below. 

 

The TOC I am currently getting has 4 nodes in total. The first node is what I have set in the ods proclabel statement (i.e. "TABLE 1"). The second node is "Report". The third node is "dummy--col25" and the fourth node is "dummy-col35". Please refer to the photo below. I am not sure why I am getting the second node when I have set contents = " " and used ods proclabel. I believe I am getting node 3 and 4 because of the page option in the define statement for column col31 but I do not know how to suppress this.

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Note: I am using the page option in the define statement for column col31 because I want col31-col35 to appear on a separate page. 

 

options nodate nonumber nobyline;
ods listing close;
ods noresults;
ods proclabel = "TABLE 1";
ods escapechar = "~"; 
title; footnote;

title1 font = Calibri height = 10pt bold j = left "Title1";
title2 font = Calibri height = 10pt bold j = left "Title2" ;
title3 font = Calibri height = 10pt bold j = left "Title3" j = right "Title3.5";

footnote1 "~R'\brdrb\brdrs\brdrw8'";
footnote2 "Footnote1";
footnote3 "Footnote2";
footnote4 "Footnote3";
footnote5 "ProgramName" font = Calibri height = 10pt bold j = right "Page ~{thispage} of ~{lastpage}";

proc report data=dataset headline headskip nocenter missing split='`' nowindows contents=""; 
column ("~R'\brdrb\brdrs\brdrw8'" dummy neword num high_num1 sum_high var1 para 
("Col 1`(N=%eval(&one))" "~R'\brdrb\brdrs\brdrw8'" col11 col12 col13 col14 col15)
("Col 2`(N=%eval(&two))" "~R'\brdrb\brdrs\brdrw8'" col21 col22 col23 col24 col25) 
("Col 3`(N=%eval(&three))" "~R'\brdrb\brdrs\brdrw8'" col31 col32 col33 col34 col35));

define dummy / order noprint;
define neword / order order=internal noprint;
define num / order order=internal noprint;
define high_num1 / order order=internal descending noprint;
define sum_high / order order=internal descending noprint;
define var1 / order order=internal noprint;

define para / id order order=internal flow left "~R'\ql' Column Header" style(column)={cellwidth=33.5%};

define col11 / display center "~R'\qc' SubCol1" style(column)={cellwidth=6.5%};
define col12/ display center "~R'\qc' SubCol2" style(column)={cellwidth=6.5%};
define col13 / display center "~R'\qc' SubCol3" style(column)={cellwidth=6.5%}; 
define col14 / display center "~R'\qc' SubCol4" style(column)={cellwidth=6.5%};
define col15 / display center "~R'\qc' SubCol5" style(column)={cellwidth=6.5%};

define col21 / display center "~R'\qc' SubCol1" style(column)={cellwidth=6.5%};
define col22 / display center "~R'\qc' SubCol2" style(column)={cellwidth=6.5%};
define col23 / display center "~R'\qc' SubCol3" style(column)={cellwidth=6.5%}; 
define col24 / display center "~R'\qc' SubCol4" style(column)={cellwidth=6.5%};
define col25 / display center "~R'\qc' SubCol5" style(column)={cellwidth=6.5%};

define col31 / display center "~R'\qc' SubCol1" style(column)={cellwidth=13%} contents = "" page;
define col32 / display center "~R'\qc' SubCol2" style(column)={cellwidth=13%};
define col33 / display center "~R'\qc' SubCol3" style(column)={cellwidth=13%}; 
define col34 / display center "~R'\qc' SubCol4" style(column)={cellwidth=13%};
define col35 / display center "~R'\qc' SubCol5" style(column)={cellwidth=13%};

break after neword / ol summarize suppress skip;

break before dummy / contents="" page;
compute before _page_ ;

line "~S={just=c font=(Calibri) font_weight=bold}TABLE 1";
line "~S={just=c font=(Calibri) font_weight=bold}Title2";

endcomp ;
run;

ods tagsets.rtf close;

Using SAS 9.4

1 REPLY 1
Cynthia_sas
SAS Super FREQ

Hi:
  You haven't provided any data or shown your ODS TAGSETS.RTF opening statement. In addition, you don't show what the values of the dummy variable are set to.
  You might want to work with Tech Support on this. I'm not entirely sure that your 'old style' ~S and ~R escapechar controls will work with TAGSETS.RTF the way you want in 9.4. If that's working, then good, but otherwise, without data, nobody can run your code.

Cynthia

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