Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 12:17:11 -0400
Reply-To: Suzanne McCoy <Suzanne.McCoy@CATALINAMARKETING.COM>
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From: Suzanne McCoy <Suzanne.McCoy@CATALINAMARKETING.COM>
Subject: Re: ODS HTML and PRINT procedure with a BY statement
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Using pdf instead of html gives you a lot more control over pagination and allows you to have column headers on every page. If you leave the default pdf options alone, you will get a table of contents to use for clicking through to different pages easily. It's not tabs but might do the trick without having to do a whole bunch of customizations.
From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] On Behalf Of Viel, Kevin
Sent: Tuesday, April 12, 2011 12:00 PM
Subject: ODS HTML and PRINT procedure with a BY statement
I have close to 50 repetitive "pages" that I am printing to an HTML destination using ODS and the PRINT procedure with a BY statement.
I do not want them line up on top of each other, but would rather have each one as a tab or tab-like page. The point is I would like to click or otherwise shift to the next page. The pages represent a 384-well laboratory plate that I color coded. Inspecting the pattern of the colors may reveal information (QC).
I am RTFM very soon, but I thought I might post this to SAS-L in the meantime.
My code so far is:
ODS HTML File = "C:\LIMS_20110405.HTML" ;
Proc Print Data = Seq_Plates ( Where =( Seq_Plate = "0037" )) NoObs ;
By Folder Seq_Plate ;
ODS HTML Close ;
I assume I can do more with the ODS HTML statement.
I would appreciate any tips or insights.
Kevin Viel, PhD
Senior Research Statistician
Patient Safety & Quality
International College of Robotic Surgery Saint Joseph's Translational Research Institute
Saint Joseph's Hospital
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