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Bold specific rows in SSRS


Bold specific rows in SSRS

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DaveDB
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I originally posted this last week, but my explanation could be better....

I basically need to highlight in bold some rows in SSRS. I know that I could write an expression based on the column name, but in this case that will not help.

Example: So lets say that the following is my report and I want to bold the rows that have John and Mike as users. How would I go about doing this? Can you bold a FULL row based on the data in a particular column? So, could I use the column "Role" and use "Sub" as the criteria?

Any help is appreciated, and please let me know if I am explaining this correctly.

Column Names = Role/UserName/MoneyGenerated
Temp/Dave/$12.34
Sub/John/$13.28
Temp/Alex/$10.12
Sub/Mike/$9.65
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If your data source is a database (most likely), you can add a column BoldIndicator to your query that is just a simple CASE expression:

CASE WHEN UserName IN ('John','Mike') THEN 1 ELSE 0 END



Then use this column in your expression on the font weight.


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You can write a function in SSRS which does a string search operation on the keywords and appends the HTML by <b> and </b>

You can use IIF expression on cells and override the Fontweight property

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Thanks very much!
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