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Date:         Mon, 3 Feb 2003 14:14:11 +0100
Reply-To:     WIELKI Andre <wielki@INED.FR>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         WIELKI Andre <wielki@INED.FR>
Subject:      Re: ods/rtf, escapechar, indentation (thanks!!!!!!)
Comments: To: "Delaney Kevin P." <khd8@CDC.GOV>
In-Reply-To:  <33257C92AB7BD511A0A500508B6FE544018305C5@MCDC-ATL-43>
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Kevin, Yes it is documented in SN-008044

It is only usefull to put some text between procedure in the rtf destination but i prefer the proc report solution

HTH Andre

ods rtf file="t.rtf" startpage=no; proc print data=sashelp.class (obs=1); run;

ods rtf text="{\trowd\trqc\cellx11520\intbl\qc{Text info\cell}{\row}\pard}";

proc print data=sashelp.class (obs=1) ; run; ods rtf close;

At 14:23 31/01/2003 -0500, Delaney, Kevin P. wrote: >Subtle differences... > >I used your original "\" as an escape character, rather than Karl's "^" ( >guess that show's that the "\" will work if it is positioned correctly...) >and Karl added the /RTF which tells SAS to only insert the RAW text in the >RTF destination. This would be applicable to a situation where you are >creating HTML and RTF at the same time... > >I also added the RTF code for a double underline (\uldb NOT \dul as listed >on the Tech support website) just to play around with an extra bit of >formatting... > >Incidentally if you want to insert Really raw text you can play with > >ODS RTF text= {insert raw RTF commands in brackets, without \R}; > >Which I don't think is documented, but is working most of the time as I play >around with it!! > >Kevin Delaney > >p:404-639-6142 >f: 404-639-8640 > > > > >-----Original Message----- >From: Huang, Ya [] >Sent: Friday, January 31, 2003 11:39 AM >To: Delaney, Kevin P.; Karl K. >Cc: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU >Subject: RE: ods/rtf, escapechar, indentation (thanks!!!!!!) > > >Kevin and Karl, > >Thank you so very much! > >This '\R" " (rtf raw text) is exactly what I'm >looking for. I tried both of your code, and they all >worked. I noticed a little difference in the sytax: > > a='\R"\li360\uldb " blabla...'; (Kevin's code) a='^R/RTF"\li360" >indented'; output; (Karl's code) > >Actually I also tried to use raw text embedding, >but as you can see, the subtle syntax difference confused >me and I couldn't figure out either of them :-) > >Anyway, after solving this problem, I guess I'll >be on my way to solve another classic SAS-L problem, >ie. hanging indent with proc report. I believe this >question was asked again just few days ago. > >Will post my experiment later. > >Best regards, > >Ya > >-----Original Message----- >From: Delaney, Kevin P. [] >Sent: Friday, January 31, 2003 7:03 AM >To: Huang, Ya >Subject: RE: ods/rtf, escapechar, indentation > > >Ya, > >Try : > >data; > a='\R"\li360\uldb " blabla...'; >run; >ods escapechar='\'; >ods rtf file="c:\temp\junk.rtf" style=minimal; > >Title 'Try \R"\line" This'; >proc report nowd; >run; > >ods rtf close; > > >It seems you need the "R" to get the escapechar to work in RTF!! > >Now I guess I should go back and try to find your first ods/RTF question... >:-) >-----Original Message----- >From: Huang, Ya [mailto:yhuang@AMYLIN.COM] >Sent: Thursday, January 30, 2003 7:51 PM >Subject: ods/rtf, escapechar, indentation > > >Hi there, > >This is my second question for ods/rtf today, hasn't >got any response for my first one yet :-( > >I try to indent the text by adding inline rtf code: > >data; > a='\li360 blabla...'; >run; > >ods rtf file="c:\temp\junk.rtf" style=minimal; >ods escapechar='\'; > >proc report nowd; >run; > >ods rtf close; > >Unfortunately, it dose not work. The junk.rtf read as >following (use Ultraedit): > >... >\pard\plain\intbl\sb67\sa67\ql\f1\fs19\cf1{ li360 blabla...\cell} {\row} >\pard} > >If I replace the " " with "\", and save it, the indentation take effect. > >Any comments? > >Thanks > >Ya Huang

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