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Hi,

I have a "summary tables"-output report vith three columns i it. The problem is that when I run this it gives me about 100 pages since the list just goes on and on...Another way of presenting my data should be to see my "three-column"-list as one column and then produce so that the columns show up side by side instead. Is there a ods- statement for this, i have tried ods pdf column=6 but that dont work.
SAS Employee
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Re: ods

You might want to post this in the ODS forum -- I know I'm not an ODS expert. Smiley Happy

http://support.sas.com/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=6

Hope you can find something that works!
SAS Super FREQ
Posts: 8,716

Re: ods

Hi:
I don't know how wide your columns are. I find that this use of COLUMNS= works for me. If you submit this code in a code node, you should find that it creates a PDF file with 2 columns of output.

Remember that if the table were much wider, you would not be able to get more than a few columns across the page.

cynthia
[pre]
title; footnote;
ods listing close;

data newshoes;
set sashelp.shoes;
do i=1 to 10 by 1;
newreg = catt('0',left(put(i,z2.0)),region);
output;
end;
run;

options orientation=landscape nodate nonumber;
ods pdf file='newshoes2.pdf' columns=2;
proc tabulate data=newshoes;
class newreg;
var sales;
table newreg,
sales*(min max);
run;
ods pdf close;
[/pre]
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