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Remving border for Subreport - SSRS

Posted on 2010-09-13
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I have a report with a subreport. How to remove the border for the subreport? Month,Year and Amount Used is the subreport. I have attached the screenshot.

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You can simply open the sub report as a regular report and modify the border on the textboxes.

If you need to be more advanced you can set a parameter and use that in a formula in a border.

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Cool. It worked. Initially i was setting the Subreport's Body border to NONE. It worked when i set textbox border to NONE for each of the 3 textboxes. Thank You.
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