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Reporting services creating invoice limiting the rows on each page

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Can anyone give me an example or a step by step of how to do this in ssrs 2008 ?

I have seen loads of posts saying use =Int((RowNumber(Nothing)-1)/25),I have tried it on a group but cant seem to get it working.

Any help appreciated
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tried that

added a table to my page
created a group
entered the expression

returns aboit 400 rows per page
then if you add page breaks it returns one single record each time.

I really need an idiots guide !
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Did you try changing the page height as described in the comments below?
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I did but it doesnt make any difference Im either getting all the rows or 1 row per page based on adding page breaks
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Right the link above did kinda solve my problem although I had to put my table in a list and work it that way.
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as i said on my last post
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