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PDF Output styles in SAS Studio

The default PDF output style in Studio is not very appealing. To change it, I went to Preferences, then used the drop-down box for PDF output styles. The problem is that there are > 50 styles! Does anyone know where I can find a sample of each of those styles? Thanks!
Andrew A. Kramer, PhD
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Prescient Healthcare Consulting

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‎10-04-2016 11:02 AM
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Re: PDF Output styles in SAS Studio

How about a program that will show the results?

The attachment will generate HTML, RTF and PDF if desired results with a small table and graph for examples of some options.

Change paths as needed to point to locations on your hard drive.

 

This works in base SAS so I assume it should run as code in studio.

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‎10-04-2016 11:02 AM
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Posts: 10,210

Re: PDF Output styles in SAS Studio

How about a program that will show the results?

The attachment will generate HTML, RTF and PDF if desired results with a small table and graph for examples of some options.

Change paths as needed to point to locations on your hard drive.

 

This works in base SAS so I assume it should run as code in studio.

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Re: PDF Output styles in SAS Studio

Thanks for the suggestion. But unfortunately the program doesn't run the same in Studio. For the results there's a humongous TOC followed by numerous graphs, each one in the same display style.
Andrew A. Kramer, PhD
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Prescient Healthcare Consulting
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Re: PDF Output styles in SAS Studio

Oops! I mistakenly searched in the wrong directory. Once I located the right directiry all of the example output styles were there. Thanks!
Andrew A. Kramer, PhD
President
Prescient Healthcare Consulting
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