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I want to create a report from 2 different SAS datasets. I want one table(1st dataset) as header which should be displyed on each page and another table(from 2nd dataset) should be summary table. I am using macro here and 2 different proc reports in that macro. I need help with the first header table. I am not able to print it on every page. Could anyone please help with it?? Thanks..

Super User Tom
Super User

Why not just format the "header" report as title statements?  If it changes from page to page then you can use #BYVALUE in your title statement to display the right value of one of the BY variables used in your report.



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