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How to keep entire report on one page in Visual Studio Reporting Services

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I have a report that I need to keep all on one page.  For some reason it skips to a second page at a certain point in the report.  Is there a property I can set to keep the whole report on one page?  I have already attempted to make the size of the page itself much larger.  I have also looked at the KeepTogether propoerty for individual elements in the report but this does not help.  Any ideas?
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Is the information textual, graphical, a mix? How much is carrying over to the next page?
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It is text information.  It seems to carry into the next page at a certain point.  I experimented and added extra data and less data, and there seems to be one point where the data spills over into another page.
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Make sure your text box is not set to a static height. Ensure that it does not have a large bottom padding and CanGrow is set to True. Otherwise, you may want to try creating a new report and recreate the old one. Perhaps there is some hidden element on your current report causing the issue.
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