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PROC TABULATE by Example, Second Edition by Lauren Haworth Lake, Julie McKnight

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STYLE= Option Syntax for PROC TABULATE Statements

PROC TABULATE style overrides are applied to a table based on the statements that create the table. With the STYLE= option, you can make changes to either the style element or the style attributes that control the appearance of an area of the output. You do this by specifying the STYLE= option in the statement that controls the area that you want to modify. The following table shows the areas of a table that can be modified and their corresponding statements.
Detailed information about the STYLE= option is provided in the documentation for individual statements in SAS 9.4 Output Delivery System: User's Guide, Third Edition.
Table 20.4 Using the STYLE= Option in PROC TABULATE
Area To Be Modified ...

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