Date: Thu, 11 Dec 2008 13:26:02 -0800
Reply-To: MichelleZ <michelle_zunnurain@HOTMAIL.COM>
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From: MichelleZ <michelle_zunnurain@HOTMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: pasting ods output into html-formatted emails--what looks
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On Dec 11, 11:37 am, parde...@GHC.ORG ("Pardee, Roy") wrote:
> Hey All,
> I frequently want to include some SAS output in my e-mails & generally want to use HTML format, to get control over the formatting. I'm finding though, that output that looks perfectly nice in a browser window looks ugly when pasted into an e-mail. Just today I tried with the output produced by this code:
> ods html path = "\\server\share\project\programming\programs\" (URL=NONE)
> body = "advance_scouting.html"
> (title = "advance_scouting output")
> proc freq data = nn.drop_me order = freq ;
> tables pcc_name * type / missing ;
> run ;
> run ;
> ods html close ;
> And when I copy/pasted the FREQ table:
> - The counts/percentages became left-aligned
> - The legend box (listing 'Frequency Percent Row Pct Col Pct') became centered vertically to the left of the main crosstab table, putting it out of sight.
> - Fonts/colors/shading all gone.
> Is there a better ODS destination to use for such things maybe?
> Roy Pardee
> Research Analyst/Programmer
> Group Health Center For Health Studies (Cancer Research Network)
> (206) 287-2078
> Google Talk: rpardee
I liked the pdf destination, and with the help of this list did
several procs inside one pdf, I posted a sample. Text for title
pages, proc gchart (Pie & Bar chart), Proc print with colors &