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Jaime
Fluorite | Level 6

Hi,

I have a proc report preceded by 2 tiles(title1& title2). I have a background color for titles.

There seems to be a small space between the 2titles.

I am trying to eliminate this using the SystemTitleAndFooterContainerand TitleAndNoteContainer class of the style I am using. Did not work.

Below is my proc template and proc report.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          proc template;

    define style duals;

        parent=    styles.plateau;

        style GraphColors from graphcolors /

            "gdata1"=cx3230b2

            "gdata2"=cxb2309e           

            "gcdata1" = cx000000

            "gcdata2" = red

            "gcdata3" = cx000000

            "gramp3cend" = cxaa081b                                             

            "gramp3cneutral" = cx000000                                         

            "gramp3cstart" = cx1ba808;

        style GraphFonts from GraphFonts                                                     

            "Fonts used in graph styles" / 

            'GraphTitleFont' = (", ",8pt,bold)

            'GraphLabelFont' = (", ",8pt)

            'GraphValueFont' = (", ",8pt)

            'GraphDataFont' = (", ",7pt)

            'GraphAxisFont' = (", ",6pt)

        ;

        class table, header, data/

            /*backgroundcolor=white             */

            color=black

            fontfamily=" Arial, Verdana"

            fontsize=8pt ;

        class body/

            backgroundcolor=white

            color=black

            fontfamily=" Arial, Verdana"

            fontsize=8pt

            borderstyle=none pagebreakhtml=_undef_;

        class SystemTitleAndFooterContainer /

            padding=1

            rules = NONE

      frame = VOID

      width = 100%

      padding = 0

      borderspacing = 0         backgroundcolor=#f5f5f5

      borderwidth = 0 cellspacing=0 ;

   class TitleAndNoteContainer /

      rules = NONE

      frame = VOID

      width = 100% backgroundcolor=#f5f5f5

      padding = 0

      borderspacing = 0

      borderwidth = 0;

    class systemtitle/

           fontfamily=" Arial, Verdana"

                     backgroundcolor=#f5f5f5

           fontweight=bold

           fontsize=8pt borderwidth=0   ;

    end;

run;

%let _ODSSTYLE=duals;

%let _ODSOPTIONS=body=_webout (title='');

%let _ODSDEST=tagsets.htmlpanel;

%let _ODSOPTIONS=options(  embedded_titles = 'yes'  /*bylabels='no' *panelborder='1'*/);

%stpbegin;

ods tagsets.htmlpanel event=row_panel(start)  ;

ods tagsets.htmlpanel event=column_panel(start);

title1 'General Production';

title2 "As of %sysfunc(date(),worddate.)";

proc report data=sashelp.cars ;

run;

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Jaime
Fluorite | Level 6

Disregard.

I asked the question a year ago and was answered by Cynthia. Thanks Cynthia.

http://communities.sas.com/message/37982#37982

art297
Opal | Level 21

But what was the answer?  The other post seemed to be about colors and the appearance of lines, not about reducing space between title lines.

I was thinking that possibly bodytitle might give you more control, but I'm interested in discovering what the solution is.

Art

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