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SSRS splitting Data into 2 columns (newspaper style)


SSRS splitting Data into 2 columns (newspaper style)

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Hi,

Ive been having some issue with splitting my data into two columns on SSRS. I was hoping to be able to have my data run down to the end of the page, and then continue in the second column similar to a newspaper. I wanted to do this in order to reduce the amount of pages that it is creating. Is this possible?
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Hi,

The number of columns for your report can be adjusted with the Columns property of the Report.

When you have an open report click on the yellow area surrounding and press F4 to take you to the properties window. Scroll down until you find Columns and you can adjust the number. Bear in mind that the columning will only appear in the Print view when previewing.

Hope this is useful.
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