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Posted on 2010-09-20
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I have a pie chart in ssrs 2005;  is there anyway of getting rid of the borders around the pie slices?  
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On the section where you drop your data fields, right click on one of the items and go to Series Properties. On the left, go to Borders ... and then select None on the Line Style
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