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Add Logo to SSRS Chart

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I want to add a logo to the bottom of my chart (not below my chart, but actually on the chart in the chart area).  I can't seem to accomplish this as the logo keeps moving to the bottom of the chart. Any ideas?
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Put the image as a background for the whole chart.  If you size the image correctly (you'll need an image program) and leave enough white space on the sides you dont want it to show then you will probably be able to acheive what you are looking.  Other than that there is not elegant solution.
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Thanks guys!
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