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Conditional expression to change font weight in SSRS 2008 doesn't stick

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I'm entering the following conditional expression in an SSRS 2008 report, but it doesn't stick.

=iif(Fields!org_name.Value="Grand Total","Bold","Default")

After clicking OK, the value for the font weight goes back to Default.  Why doesn't this work?  I used the same expression for changing the background color and that worked fine.
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If you are using 2008 you can try an place that code in the Textbox/cell properties window in the Font Weight box Expreesion tag.
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