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I trying to create a ssrs 2005 report  the create mailings labels
I want to display address to colums

myaddress1                                            myaddress2
mycity1,mystate1,myzip1                        mycity2,mystate2,myzip2

myaddress3                                           myaddress4
mycity3,mystate3,myzip3                       mycity4,mystate4,myzip4



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sureshbabukrish earned 2000 total points
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format your report by adding your fields in Detail rows. make sure the size width of the table would be less than half of width of A4 size.

right click on the body of the report and go to properties of BODY, there you would find columns , here enter the number as 2, then during the preview of the report, the report will show up in two columns
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thank you so much. Also It deosn't show two columns in preview but it shows in print preview and prints in two columns
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