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SQL Reporting Services: How to format report cells to not wrap by default

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I have a report in reporting services. By default, the text in the cells is wrapped. So when I export the data to excel, the result cells are wrapped as well. Is there a way to set the cells not to wrap the text and maintain their original size?
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Zberteoc earned 500 total points
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If there is than the only place to look for it would be in the columns properties, probably int the format.
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Not sure if this is possible. But thanks for your input.
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