I've been having some problems with ODS RTF and templates myself,
including an odd warning that tells me that the SWISS font couldn't be
loaded--which would be OK if I'd specified anything at all concerning
fonts of any kind.
The TS guy who's working with me referred to it as a "weird
error message", so who knows.
Unfortunately, the particulars of ODS RTF are almost completely
undocumented at this point, and I can't say I'm thrilled with the
meager examples of PROC TEMPLATE in the on-line docs either. Whoever
writes the first BBU on the subject will be able to afford the
mental institution of his or her choice with the royalties.
> Without seeing your code this is a little hard to diagnose. However,
> one possibility is that you didn't list the font name correctly. If the
> font name does not EXACTLY match the name of the font on your machine,
> the change will not work.
> If you'd like to post your code (both the PROC TEMPLATE and the ODS
> statements), I could provide more assistance.
> - Lauren Haworth
> In article <200011090955.eA99tvS200382@listserv.cc.uga.edu>,
> Henrik Mohnssen <hm155@HOTMAIL.COM> wrote:
> > Hello dear:
> > I am working with SAS for windows version 8.2. How am I able to
> change the
> > font_face to Helvetica ore Helvetica-narrow when I am using RTF in
> ODS. I
> > have tried to change the style in proc template but nothing seems to
> > happen. Well what happens is that the text comes out but in Arial? I
> > appreciate your time and help.
> > Kind Regards,
> > Henrik Mohnssen
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