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Tip of the Day:August 25

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If you'd like to add footnote references to some of the labels in your output, you can use inline formatting to add the footnote numbers as superscripts. First select a character to use to flag your special formatting:

ODS ESCAPECHAR="^";

Now you can use this character to add superscripts to your format labels. The syntax for applying inline formatting always starts with the escape character. Then, for a superscript, you enclose the SUPER function name and the text to superscript in curly brackets ( { } ), as shown below.

proc format;
   value superfmt 1='Low Dose^{super 1}'
                  2='High Dose^{super 2}';
run;

Use the same "^{super 1}" to add the superscript to your footnote text. Then apply the format to your variable in the table.


Submitted by Lauren Haworth. Contact me at my Discussion Page.



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