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ODS-Change to use RGB Colors for Gchart

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ODS-Change to use RGB Colors for Gchart

I have standard company color pallette that I need to use in a gchart.  My company colors are defined in this manner:

Medium Blue - Pantone 285C or R:26 G:117 B:207 or C:89 M:43 Y:0 K:0

How can I change my proc gchart to use these colors.  I see Pattern1 v=solid color=cxbd0026;  How can I convert my compnay colors to be in the format as cxbd0026?  OR Can I use one of my color definitions above like R:26 G:117 B:207?

Thanks!

Linda


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‎04-11-2012 11:44 AM
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Re: ODS-Change to use RGB Colors for Gchart

SAS will accept several Color definition styles. To reference RGB in pattern statements they would look like cxDB7093. There are number of macros to help convert from one style to another. You could use the %RGB macro to assign the colors.

pattern 1 color= %rgb(26,117,207);

Details in the online help under

Specifying Colors in SAS/GRAPH Programs


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‎04-11-2012 11:44 AM
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Re: ODS-Change to use RGB Colors for Gchart

SAS will accept several Color definition styles. To reference RGB in pattern statements they would look like cxDB7093. There are number of macros to help convert from one style to another. You could use the %RGB macro to assign the colors.

pattern 1 color= %rgb(26,117,207);

Details in the online help under

Specifying Colors in SAS/GRAPH Programs


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