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mnithinshetty
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi,

 

I am re-posting this query as previously posted on Graphics programing forum. 

 

I am generating multiple page graphs. One page graph for each subject like wise I have 100+ page graph output. I am using below codes to present titles and footnote by controlling them startpage=Yes/now option. Now I am facing unique problem where tilte and footnote appearing correctly in first page but second page onwards I am getting one space before the footnote. Please see the attached where I highlighted in rec box. Could you please guide me how do I remove these space second page on wards.

 

Here is the code I used:-

 


ods listing close;
options nobyline nodate nonumber orientation=landscape papersize=LETTER;
ods escapechar='^';
ods path template.customtemp sasuser.templat(read) sashelp.tmplmst(read) ;
ods path(prepend) work.templat;

ods rtf file = "&base2/tfl/prod/figures/&tflno..rtf" NOGTITLE NOGFOOTNOTE ;

options mprint mlogic;
%macro grp;

%do i=1 %to 3;

data _null_;
set chk(where =(ord=&i.));
by subjid;
call symputx("subj"||left(put(&i,3.)),strip(subjid));
call symputx("trt"||left(put(&i,3.)),strip(trt02a));
run;

options nonumber nodate orientation=landscape center;

ods graphics / reset width=9.8in height=5.0in ;


ods rtf startpage=now;


ods rtf text="(*ESC*)S={outputwidth=100% just=c}{&ttl1}";
ods rtf text="(*ESC*)S={outputwidth=100% just=c}{&ttl2. &popttl}";
/* ods rtf text="(*ESC*)S={outputwidth=100% just=c} {}"; */

title1 h=8pt j=l "&__sponsor.";
title2 h=8pt j=l "&__protocol." ;


proc sgplot data=outdata(where=(ord=&i.)) dattrmap=zattrs pad=12%;
scatter x=ady y=mean / /*yerrorupper=high yerrorlower=low*/
group=prm groupdisplay=cluster clusterwidth=0.5 attrid=myid ;
series x=ady y=mean / group=prm groupdisplay=cluster clusterwidth=0.5 attrid=myid name='s' markers ;
series x=ady y=mean / markerattrs=(size=0) x2axis;
xaxis label="Visit" type=linear values=( &xaxis. ) offsetmin=0.10 ;
yaxis label="Biochemistry" values=(&yaxis.)
offsetmin=0.14 offsetmax=0.02;
x2axis label="Subject=&&subj&i &&trt&i" display=(noline noticks novalues);
keylegend 's' / border location=inside position=topright across=1;
run;

ods rtf text="(*ESC*)S={outputwidth=100% just=l color=black}{&fnn1}";
ods rtf text="(*ESC*)S={outputwidth=100% just=l color=black}{&fnn2}";
ods rtf text="(*ESC*)S={outputwidth=100% just=l color=black}{}";
ods rtf text="(*ESC*)S={outputwidth=100% just=l color=black}Program Run: &sysdate &systime Output Name: &tflno..rtf Page &i. of %left(&maxpg.)";

ods rtf startpage=off;

%end;
%mend;

%grp;

ods rtf close;
ods _all_ close;

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mnithinshetty
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi,

 

I have used ods tagsets to remove the spaces above footnote in each page. below is the code.

One of the user mentioned this logic in their discussion.

ods tagsets.rtf file="xxx..rtf" uniform
nogtitle nogfootnote
options( tables_off="systitleandfootercontainer " continue_tag="no" vspace='no') 

 

https://communities.sas.com/t5/ODS-and-Base-Reporting/Remove-blank-line-between-title-and-header/td-...

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Jagadishkatam
Amethyst | Level 16

Could you please try to remove the below piece of code from the program and try rerunning the graph

 

ods rtf text="(*ESC*)S={outputwidth=100% just=l color=black}{&fnn2}";
ods rtf text="(*ESC*)S={outputwidth=100% just=l color=black}{}";
Thanks,
Jag
mnithinshetty
Obsidian | Level 7

Thank you for the reply. I tried as you suggested, but it dint work for me.

mnithinshetty
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi,

 

I have used ods tagsets to remove the spaces above footnote in each page. below is the code.

One of the user mentioned this logic in their discussion.

ods tagsets.rtf file="xxx..rtf" uniform
nogtitle nogfootnote
options( tables_off="systitleandfootercontainer " continue_tag="no" vspace='no') 

 

https://communities.sas.com/t5/ODS-and-Base-Reporting/Remove-blank-line-between-title-and-header/td-...

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