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SSRS(sql server 2005) Need to change Excel sheets name

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When i export into excel i have used page breaks so that my report exports into excel into different sheets but names are defaultly taken as sheet 1, sheet 2 and sheet 3 etc, i looked in online tried may things to change the sheet names but nothing worked could any one let me know the best way to change sheet names?  
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I'm afraid you are out of luck with SSRS 2005, it can't be done.

2008 does do it though and very nicely too.

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