If you regularly produce
tables with a similar design, you can create a generic macro to simplify
the table production process. This enables you to set up a basic format
for titles, footnotes, row variables, and column variables and then
to use it in all of your tables.
Create the code. To
produce this generic macro, you start by creating the basic PROC TABULATE
code. This is the part of the code that does not vary between your
tables. Just leave placeholders for the parts that will change from
table to table, which will be filled in later by macro variables.
PROC TABULATE DATA=TEMP;
CLASS avar1 bvar2;
var2 *var3 *(dstat)*F=efmt
/ ROW=FLOAT BOX="ftext1";
TITLE "gtext2"; RUN; ...