Insert New line in RDL or RDLC

by ebarcza 4/20/2011 7:14:00 AM
Adding a new line to a SSRS report RDL textbox is simple =Fields!PeriodStart.Value + vbCrLf + "test"

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ReportViewer Control: Fit to Page

by jrose 5/11/2010 9:09:00 AM

The ReportViewer control's export functionality can be temperamental.

 

In order to guarantee that the exported file will not be wider than a page, use the following formula:

Body.Size.Width + Report.Margins.Left + Report.Margins.Right <= Report.PageSize.Width

 

(since, in our case, InteractiveSize and PageSize are the same, this means InteractiveSize can be substituted in PageSize above)

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.NET | VB.NET

Setting properties on a subtotal in an RDLC Matrix

by rbellantoni 12/2/2009 8:30:00 AM

Ever wonder how to get a nice border across your subtotal or change the background color, well low and behold, there is a little green arrow in the upper right corner of the cell. If you right click it and select properties you can edit the properties for the subtotal!

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ReportViewer Horizontal Scrollbar not appearing

by rBellantoni 9/24/2009 7:05:00 AM

Sometimes the horizontal scrollbar renders so to bring it back into view you need to add this style:

 

ReportViewer.Style.Add("margin-bottom", "26px")

Then it will show up!

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