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Using a Document Map with moving group headers


Using a Document Map with moving group headers

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Susan.Campher
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Hi,
I'm using SSRS 2005 and develop a lot of matrix reports with document maps for row groups and column groups set to "Group header should remain visible while scrolling". However, when the document map is used in interactive reports to scroll to a specific row, the moving (column) group headers always obstruct the row that was selected (because that row is moved to the top of the window). The user then needs to first scroll up to be able the view the specific row.

Is there a way to overcome this problem?
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