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Here are some tips for How to share your SAS knowledge with your professional network.
Showing Your Style
%macro showstyles; data _null_; set sashelp.vstyle(keep=style) end=eof; sname= scan(style,-1,'.'); if sname ne 'Style'; i+1; call symputx(catt('style',i),sname); if eof then call symputx('stylecnt',i); run; ods pdf file="ShowStyles.pdf"; %do i = 1 %to &stylecnt; ods pdf style=&&style&i; ods proclabel="&&style&i"; title1 "Using style &&style&i"; proc print data=sashelp.class; run; %end; ods pdf close; %mend showstyles; %showstyles
There are so many ODS styles available. Have you ever wanted to see how your report will look when using a different style? Trying them all is a bit of a pain. Here is a simple program to cycle through all the registered styles, including your customized styles, by showing a simple PROC PRINT for each style.
The SAS View SASHELP.VSTYLES is used to gather the names of the styles, which are then placed in a list of macro variables (&&SYTLE&i).
A macro %DO loop is used to cycle through the list of styles printing a small report for each.
To fit your specific needs the report is easily changed as is the ODS destination.