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The SAS Programmer's PROC REPORT Handbook: Basic to Advanced Reporting Techniques by Jane Eslinger

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Chapter 7: Table of Contents – How to Manipulate with CONTENTS= and PROC DOCUMENT

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Default Nodes

7.3 BY-Variable Nodes

7.4 DEFINE Statement CONTENTS=

7.5 BREAK Statement CONTENTS=

7.6 RBREAK Statement CONTENTS=

7.7 ODS DOCUMENT and PROC DOCUMENT

7.7.1 ODS DOCUMENT Convention

7.7.2 PROC DOCUMENT Statements and Options

7.7.3 Default Items

7.7.4 BY-Variable Item List

7.7.5 Parent Node With Multiple Child Nodes

7.7.6 Combine Multiple PROC REPORT Steps Under One Node

7.1 Introduction

The final step to mastering PROC REPORT is learning how to control the Table of Contents nodes and labels. A table of contents is a very useful and necessary tool for navigating through a long, multipage report. PROC REPORT has the ability to control ...

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