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Multiple column report printing across then down?


Multiple column report printing across then down?

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Joe Jackson-450611
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Hi, we are running ssrs 2008 and have a report that we want to have multiple columns but want it to print across then down not down then across. It's really a subreport so we'd like to have it go across then down so it takes up less room. We can do this in MS Access but can't seem to find in SSRS even when importing reports directly from MS Access. Is this possible? Thanks, Joe
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A picture is worth a 1000 words for something like this, as I'm not entirely sure what you're asking for, but why not just switch your column groups to row groups and vice versa? I think that should accomplish what you are looking for.

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Ok, here's a picture. We're not printing labels but hope it helps. Thanks.


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Not sure if picture is displaying but here's the link.

http://www.general-trading.com/toptobottom.bmp
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That helps to give a much better understanding of what you are looking for. Unfortunately I don't have 2008 to test with and I wasn't able to easily find something that would work in 2005, but I Would imagine that if you play with the properties of a list dataregion that you should be able to get this to work.

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