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

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Create a Custom Style Template

Overview

If you look back at the customizations that we made in Customize the Appearance of Selected Parts of the Output with Style Overrides, you will see that the PROC TABULATE code is cluttered with style overrides. That is OK if you do not plan on making those same changes again and again. But what if you do? If you need to make the same customizations over and over again, you can use a style template that is created once and then applied to any output.
Building a style template is a great way to create a standard look and feel for all of the tables that you produce. If you would like all of your tables to have the same look, you can create a custom style template to use with PROC TABULATE instead of the default ...

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