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The TABULATE Procedure

KEYWORD Statement

Specifies a style element for keyword headings.

Restriction: This statement affects only the HTML and Printer output.

KEYWORD keyword(s) / style =<style-element-name | <PARENT>> <[style-attribute-specification(s)]>;

Required Arguments

is one of the keywords for statistics that is discussed in Statistics Available in PROC TABULATE or is the universal class variable ALL (see Elements That You Can Use in a Dimension Expression ).


STYLE=<style-element-name | <PARENT>><[style-attribute-specification(s)]>
specifies a style element for the keyword headings. For information on the arguments of this option and how it is used, see STYLE= in the PROC TABULATE statement.

Note:   When you use STYLE= in the KEYWORD statement, it differs slightly from its use in the PROC TABULATE statement. In the KEYWORD statement, the parent of the heading is the heading under which the current heading is nested.   [cautionend]
Alias: S=
Restriction: This option affects only the HTML and Printer output.
Tip: To override a style element that is specified in the KEYWORD statement, you can specify a style element in the related TABLE statement dimension expression.
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