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Posted Friday, March 01, 2013 3:33 PM
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How do you staple ssrs report pages when printing?
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How do you staple ssrs report pages when printing?


It's not a function of SSRS. It's a function of the automatic stapler on your printer and can normally be controlled from the printer setup on the same machine as SSRS.

As a bit of a sidebar, lordy, I miss the old days when you could include a simple escape sequence in such a job and never have to worry about a setting in a GUI ever again.


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Hi and thank you for your response,

I probably posed the questioned wrong. I realize it's not a SSRS function,but was hoping someone in this forum knew of a routine that detects the default printer at the site the SSRS printing is done,views that printer capabilities (stapling) and sets it to staple (if the printer has that capability) I thought someone must be doing/wanting to do that same sort of thing as well.

Thanks!
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