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Showing Data in 3 columns in List

Posted on 2011-03-23
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Hi , I am using SSRS 2005 and I am using List Box for showing data through view.So problem is this data is coming dynamically so one field say name is coming dynamically row by row.mean if there are coming 100 names from view then in List Box its showing name, rows wise(means 100 rows) But my requirement is that I want to show 3 name in one row means 3 columns so it will  save my space.Is it posiible so that I can show my data in 3 columns instead of new row each time on List box.Please help me as soon as possible.I will appreciate u'r help.
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go to report, go to Body properties in the design, there you have columns properties, then add 3 into that
you can see the names comming in 3 columns instead of one
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