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PROC SHEWHART HTML= option — can html formatting be used?

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PROC SHEWHART HTML= option — can html formatting be used?

I want to include HTML formatting in the PROC SHEWHART HTML= option.

For example, I want set a variable named CAUTION in a data step to be "ALT='less_than b greater_than WARNING less_than / b greater_than'" (note I had to write less than and greater than in there so this note wouldn't interpret the text as actual html, I know that the less than and greater_than don't really belong in there in actual HTML, you should use the actual < and > symbols)

Later, I want to use HTML=CAUTION in the XRCHART statement. This doesn't appear to work. Is there some other way to make it work? Message was edited by: Paige
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Re: PROC SHEWHART HTML= option — can html formatting be used?

Hi:
I suggest that you search support.sas.com on the search argument:
ALT= HTML tool tips graph

A few hits that come up are these:
http://support.sas.com/kb/23/176.html
http://support.sas.com/kb/23/199.html

Which shows how to code ALT= using the HTML= option. Generally, the HTML= option is pointing to a drilldown file, so ALT= is an acceptable attribute to add to the drilldown HREF. Even though these are not SHEWHART examples, it was my understanding that HTML= worked the same way in all the procedures that supported HTML=.

For more help using HTML= option with PROC SHEWHART, you might consider contacting SAS Tech Support.

cynthia
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