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Fluorite | Level 6

Hi 

 

I am trying to generate following output, I have tried various ways but no luck. Could you please help me out how to move the highlighted table to second page.

 

Getting:

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The highlighted in yellow color table should be moved to second page with separate title 'All'

 

This is my code.

 

proc template;
define style styles.tabstyle;
parent=styles.rtf;
style table from table /
cellpadding = 1pt;
style body from body /
leftmargin=1in
rightmargin=1in
topmargin=1.2in
bottommargin=1in;
style header from header /
frame=void
rules=groups
font_weight=medium
bordertopstyle=solid bordertopwidth=0.1px bordertopcolor=black
borderbottomstyle=solid borderbottomwidth=0.1px borderbottomcolor=black;
end;
run;

title;
footnote;
goptions reset=all;
options orientation=&lineop_ missing='';
ods noresults;
ods listing close;
ods rtf file="C:\Local\chk.rtf" notoc_data style=styles.tabstyle startpage=no ;
ods escapechar="^";

title1 j=left f=timesnewroman h=10pt "XYX";
title3 j=left "Grades and Sports";
proc print data=a width=full label split='~' style(table)=[vjust=middle just=center]
style(header)=[font_size=10pt font_weight=medium just=center]
style(column)=[font_size=10pt font_weight=medium just=left] noobs;

var Name Science Mathematics History Geography;
run;

title;
footnote;

proc print data=b width=full label split='~' style(table)=[vjust=middle just=center]
style(header)=[font_size=10pt font_weight=medium just=center]
style(column)=[font_size=10pt font_weight=medium just=left] noobs;

var Name Tennis Baseball Basketball Hockey Football;
run;


title3 j=left f=timesnewroman h=10pt "All";

proc print data = c width=full label split='~' style(table)=[vjust=middle just=center]
style(header)=[font_size=10pt font_weight=medium just=center]
style(column)=[font_size=10pt font_weight=medium just=left] noobs;

var Rank Name Tennis Baseball Basketball Hockey Science Mathematics History Geography;
run;

ods _all_ close;
ods listing;
ods noresults;

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mkeintz
PROC Star

Prior to the third proc print, issue an

ods startpage=now;

statement.

--------------------------
The hash OUTPUT method will overwrite a SAS data set, but not append. That can be costly. Consider voting for Add a HASH object method which would append a hash object to an existing SAS data set

Would enabling PROC SORT to simultaneously output multiple datasets be useful? Then vote for
Allow PROC SORT to output multiple datasets

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ballardw
Super User

Almost there. You can use ODS RTF, or other destinations,  without providing a file to modify ODS options like the startpage setting in the middle of the document.

 

ods rtf file="C:\Local\chk.rtf" notoc_data style=styles.tabstyle startpage=no ;
ods escapechar="^";

title1 j=left f=timesnewroman h=10pt "XYX";
title3 j=left "Grades and Sports";
proc print data=a width=full label split='~' style(table)=[vjust=middle just=center]
style(header)=[font_size=10pt font_weight=medium just=center]
style(column)=[font_size=10pt font_weight=medium just=left] noobs;

var Name Science Mathematics History Geography;
run;

title;
footnote;

proc print data=b width=full label split='~' style(table)=[vjust=middle just=center]
style(header)=[font_size=10pt font_weight=medium just=center]
style(column)=[font_size=10pt font_weight=medium just=left] noobs;

var Name Tennis Baseball Basketball Hockey Football;
run;

ods rtf startpage=NOW;
title3 j=left f=timesnewroman h=10pt "All";

proc print data = c width=full label split='~' style(table)=[vjust=middle just=center]
style(header)=[font_size=10pt font_weight=medium just=center]
style(column)=[font_size=10pt font_weight=medium just=left] noobs;

var Rank Name Tennis Baseball Basketball Hockey Science Mathematics History Geography;
run;

ods rtf close;
mkeintz
PROC Star

Prior to the third proc print, issue an

ods startpage=now;

statement.

--------------------------
The hash OUTPUT method will overwrite a SAS data set, but not append. That can be costly. Consider voting for Add a HASH object method which would append a hash object to an existing SAS data set

Would enabling PROC SORT to simultaneously output multiple datasets be useful? Then vote for
Allow PROC SORT to output multiple datasets

--------------------------

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