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Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010 9:34 AM
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I am new to using sql server reporting services 2005. I have created a few sql server reporting services reports and now I wan to add cascading style sheets to my reports. Can you tell me how to add style sheets to my new sql server 2005 reporting services reports? Is there a URL that I could look at?
(Basically some consultants created the style sheets and now I need to apply these style sheets to my reports).

Thanks!
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Posted Thursday, January 28, 2010 6:18 AM


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SSRS does not support custom CSS. See here. I think I read somewhere that you can hack the stylesheet for your report server instance to make things look different, but that mainly applies to the parameter pane, I think.

You can create your own report templates so you can have a standard look or looks, see here.

Adam Aspin has also written a set of articles for SSC on how he applied styles to SSRS reports. You can find the list of articles here.




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thanks you!
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Not sure if your interested but I was reading an article just the other day on this issue which I think is a good solution for styles. It doesnt use embedded code at all and its relatively simple to implement.

http://www.simple-talk.com/sql/reporting-services/reporting-services-with-style/
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Thanks Jack and AshMc, going to give these a shot and see how they work!

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Hello Jack,

Thanks for the Link.



Thanks a lot,
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