Specifying Titles and Footnotes in Procedure Output

TITLE and FOOTNOTE Statements

To make your report more meaningful and self-explanatory, you can assign up to 10 titles with procedure output by using TITLE statements before the PROC step. Likewise, you can specify up to 10 footnotes by using FOOTNOTE statements before the PROC step.
Because TITLE and FOOTNOTE statements are global statements, place them anywhere within or before the PRINT procedure. Titles and footnotes are assigned as soon as TITLE or FOOTNOTE statements are read; they apply to all subsequent output.
Syntax, TITLE, and FOOTNOTE statements:
TITLE<n> 'text';
FOOTNOTE<n> 'text';
n is a number from 1 to 10 that specifies the title or footnote line, and 'text'

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