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Hello,

Is there anyway to change the size of a pie chart iss ssrs 2005?

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As far as I know, the pie size is automatically adjusted based on the space consumed by the legend items in the chart and the data point labels.

Perhaps, you can only  attempt to "fix" the size of the pie charts for all sub-reports if you use "inside" data point labels and turn off the chart legend.

See below:
http://blogs.msdn.com/bwelcker/archive/2005/05/20/420349.aspx
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I looked everywhere... i was hoping there was a trick somewhere.   Thank you.
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