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PROC TEMPLATE Made Easy by Kevin Smith

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Style Overrides and Traffic Lighting

We have already seen examples of style overrides and traffic lighting back in “Style Overrides and Conditional Formatting” in Chapter 2, when we covered the same topic in relation to the reporting procedures. Luckily, much of what we learned in that section applies to style overrides and traffic lighting in table templates as well.

Just as a refresher, here is the general form for style overrides.

<style-element> { <style-attributes> }
or
<style-element> [ <style-attributes> ]

You might have noticed while reading through this chapter that all of the attribute lists for table-related templates (column, header, footer, and table) have an attribute called style= that is used to apply style overrides. Let’s start ...

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