If you would rather deal with raw ODS code instead of using the graphical ODS interface, IntelliSense would be your friend. Try typing:
"ods rtf", then press the Space bar, then press CTR-SHIFT-O
"ods markup", then press the Space bar, then press CTR-SHIFT-O
"ods printer", then press the Space bar, then press CTR-SHIFT-O
You may also want to try the following drills:
(1) Type "proc" then hit Enter An autolist box appears. Type "un". The procedure "UNIVARIATE" is highlighted. Hit Enter. An autolist box for the univariate procedure options appears. Type "d". The option "data=" is highlighted. Hit Enter. Type any value for the data= option. Hit Enter again. Click on any item in the autolist box. An info tip appears giving you information about the selected option. Now hit Enter. If the last option does not contain an equal "=" sign, type ";" to select it as well as to end the PROC statement.
(2) Type "options" then hit Enter. Type "y". Hit Enter. You get the idea.
(3) Type "%". An autolist box appears. Type "su". The function "substr" is highlighted. Now type an open parenthesis "(". You get the idea. Also try some mathematical operators (+, -, *, <, >, etc.), instead of the "(" or ")", when appropriate.
(4) Inside a SAS macro with several defined macro variables/parameters. Type "&". Type the first few letters of the variable/parameter of interest. Hit Enter.
To hide an autolist box, hit "Esc" or simply click on the document.
You may also double-click on a highlighted item on the autolist box, to select it.