I can do the following to create an index in the table of contents in a pdf. Proclabel being the main title and contents sub-title (I've set it to nothing i.e. ' ' ).
ods proclabel "my table";
proc print data=table noobs contents='';
However in a graph I can use the ods proclabel but how do I use the contents statement in a graph. The "plot of y*x=z"(default sub-title) is actually pretty ugly.
CONTENTS= at the procedure level is only available for PROC REPORT, PROC TABULATE, PROC PRINT and PROC FREQ multi-way tables. So, ODS PROCLABEL and DESC= are the only ways to "touch" the table of contents for ODS PDF and SAS/GRAPH procedures.
Otherwise, there may be some changes you can make with ODS DOCUMENT, but you might want to search the forum for previous postings on this topic -- I believe there are some glitches with ODS DOCUMENT and SAS/GRAPH object names in a TOC.