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how to display disclaimer message in end of the report


how to display disclaimer message in end of the report

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Hi,
Please let me know how to display disclaimer message in end of the report in SSRS report.
Like...<<<DISCLAIMER: confidence and probability information......>>

Thanks,
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Pop a text box in the page footer with the information you want.

In the text box visibility properties hide based on the following expression

=Globals!PageNumber<>Globals!OverallTotalPages

This will only display on the final page in the footer
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If you don't necessarily want the disclaimer to print at the bottom of the last page, you can put the disclaimer is a text box in the body of the report after the last tablix of the report design. If I were in your shoes I would experiment with both approaches to see which is the better look to the output.

I had a report requirement to print a "tear off" section at the bottom of the last page, and it had to fit pre-printed perforation, so I used the technique suggested above successfully. But if it doesn't have to be at the bottom, it might make more sense to print it after the last data region instead of forcing it to the bottom of the page.

It is always good to have options so that you can select the best approach for your design specifications.
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Thanks for Your suggestion. Let me check with my Client.

Thanks Lot.
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