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SQL Reporting Services Mixed Mode Report

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Hi,

Have a master report in SQL reporting services 2005. Inside are 4 different reports. The last one is normally in landscape mode but in the output is portrait (the other 3 reports are portrait). My question, is it possible to have a mixed mode report? e.g. the first 3 sub reports in portrait and the remainder in landscape?

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I doubt it, as the page size is set globally in the report - and it is this that defines the print layout.
I believe you're going to have to run two reports.
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