RDLC report with multiple columns in the body .net 2010

This is difficult to explain, but I'll try my best...

I have a report I'm trying to build in .Net 2010, C#.  The dataset returns two columns.  These columns do not fill a single page, so I would like them to repeat on the same page...then run onto the next page after filling the previous page.

So...they would be similar to a newspaper column...fill the first column of the page, then the second, then the third, etc....then run to the next page.

Is this possible?

I want to do the same thing as this question, but I feel the question went unanswered...

Please help!
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amysquiggAuthor Commented:
Also...it doesn't matter that the three columns don't all print on the rdlc, I'm rendering it to a PDF anyway...but need to know how to set it up in the report
amysquiggAuthor Commented:
I've figured out the solution on my own.

Under the properties of the report, you can specify the number of colums desired in the body of the report.  This will then allow the data to flow from one column to the next.  I used the matrix table, and it worked perfectly.

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