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RS 2005 problem on "space gap" between Page Header and Table Header

Posted on 2008-06-13
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Hi guys,
I am working on a report and I came into a an annoying problem which I can't solve.  I have a page header
with a textbox on it which contains the report title and underneath it is a table with a table header which has the same background color (Gold) as that of the Page header.  The problem is, when Im running the report on my PC the page header and the table header underneath it shows no space in between them but in the report server it has a white space in between them.  Please see attached file for the screen catch (<< main menu is the table header).  I have ensured that I placed the table on the  topmost left part of the body so that there will be no space in between the body and header.  I'm looking forward for any help on this. Thanks in advance.
PageHeaderAndTableHeader.bmp
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Question by:jani_babes
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by:jani_babes
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Also, as an additional info, the table header and the textbox on the page header have no defined border style...
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If you've set the background for the report header section and the table header then I think you've hit a bug.

Just set the background t gold on the textbox too, to be sure. Also make sure the Top property of the table is at 0.
Try setting the Body background to gold. If that gets rid of the line, then maybe fill the rest of the page out with a rectangle set to White.

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by:jani_babes
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I have tried this and it seems that there is in fact a gap between the header and the body. Maybe this is a bug but this answer my question so I'll accept tis as my answer.
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Thanks,
Your only alternative is to emulate the header in the Body section but you will have great difficulty with page numbering then.

Cheers
Chris
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