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Calcite | Level 5

I use an excel SAS add-in that let's me run SAS code.  I develop the code in SAS Studio.  The resulting dataset in the excel worksheet is bottom justified.  I would like it to be top justified.  Right and left look good and are per standard.  


Is there a way to define the justification as Top?


Proc print data=mydata;
Super User

You can override default style element by adding a style(location)={style elements go here} on the proc print statement.

For instance

proc print data=sashelp.class 

will have the body of the table (data) with a light blue background.


You might try


proc print data=sashelp.class 

which might justify the text to the top of the header row and the body of the table. But Excel sometimes doesn't seem to like such things and may get interactions based on column widths.

Calcite | Level 5

This did not work.  I also tried changing the excel default justification, and tried some different formats in the cells.  It seems the SAS proc print overwrites the cell justify styles, though not font and cell colors.  There is an option to use raw values only, but I have dollar and comma formats I do not want to lose.  


Again, this is running SAS code in an excel add-in.  



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