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Group Headers and Footers in SSRS 2008 R2

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There was a way in SSRS 2005 to add Group Headers and Footers in SSRS 2005 without deleting and recreating a group.

Go to Table Properties.  Select Group.  Select Edit.

I do not see how to add a group header and footer to a group without one in SSRS 2008 R2.


Thanks in advance.
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You have to use a tablix table for it to be like the 2005. The Matrix table does not have groups headers that i know of.
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