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Ali_FR
Calcite | Level 5

Hi 

 

I would like a border arround the column used in break after option

 

Here is my test program without border :

 

 

  
ods excel file="c:\temp\temp.xlsx";


proc sort data=sashelp.class out=class ;
 by sex ;
run ;


proc report data=class nowd headskip ;

column sex name age height weight;

define sex / order width=3 ;
break after sex /  style=[bordertopcolor=blue borderbottomstyle=solid];
;
 

endcomp;

run ; 

ods excel close;

 

Border.png

Thanks a lot for your help

 

 

 

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RW9
Diamond | Level 26 RW9
Diamond | Level 26

First turn off the Excel grid, use gridlines="no" in you options.  Then you would need to set each border correctly, so left and right border could be at the procedure level, and the top and bottom border would be missing (or white).  Then in your compute you would compute a style for that one to have top (or bottom) border. pseudocode:

ods excel file="c:\temp\temp.xlsx" options(gridlines="no");
proc sort data=sashelp.class out=class;
 by sex;
run;
proc report data=class nowd headskip 
style(report)=[bordertopcolor=white borderbottomcolor=white borderleftcolor=blue borderrightcolor=blue]; column sex name age height weight; define sex / order width=3;
compute before sex; call style=[bordertopcolor=blue borderbottomstyle=solid]; endcomp; run; ods excel close;
 

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RW9
Diamond | Level 26 RW9
Diamond | Level 26

First turn off the Excel grid, use gridlines="no" in you options.  Then you would need to set each border correctly, so left and right border could be at the procedure level, and the top and bottom border would be missing (or white).  Then in your compute you would compute a style for that one to have top (or bottom) border. pseudocode:

ods excel file="c:\temp\temp.xlsx" options(gridlines="no");
proc sort data=sashelp.class out=class;
 by sex;
run;
proc report data=class nowd headskip 
style(report)=[bordertopcolor=white borderbottomcolor=white borderleftcolor=blue borderrightcolor=blue]; column sex name age height weight; define sex / order width=3;
compute before sex; call style=[bordertopcolor=blue borderbottomstyle=solid]; endcomp; run; ods excel close;
 
Ali_FR
Calcite | Level 5

Thanks a lot RW9

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