Note that in the PDF document above, the value in the first column is the predefined SAS/GRAPH color name. You can specify this name anywhere in your SAS/GRAPH code that you would normally specify a color. The second column is the RGB (red green blue) color name, and the third column is the HLS (hue lightness saturation) color name.
It is recommended that you use either the predefined color name or the RGB color name since HLS colors are not commonly used.
For example, to use the color Brilliant Orange in a SAS/GRAPH TITLE statement, specify the following statement:
title1 color=CXD9892B height=2 'This is my title';
Or the following statement:
title1 color=BIO height=2 'This is my title';
You can also view a list of additional colors by submitting the following statements to SAS and checking the new information that is written to the SAS log:
proc registry list startat='\COLORNAMES\HTML';